SOUTH Devon indie-rock-ska-punk-folk-reggae outfit The Humanitarians (pictured) are going to be busy over the next few weeks.
The band have just released a free, two- track single from the latest album No Law which is available to download from their website. Untie My Tongue is a slab of driving indie rock with hints of New Wave and Mod, and the band have chosen One Day, a song from their debut album Born, to accompany it.
Both are now available from www.thehumanitarians.net
Saturday, March 16, sees the band return to Molloy's in St Marychurch. Support on the night comes from local singer/songwriter David 'Moondog' Ansell.
The Country House in Ellacombe is up next on Saturday, March 23. In support, Jon and Roj from goth rock band Strange Red Earth will be performing a rare acoustic set.
Saturday March 30 sees the band visiting Bovey Tracey for a first appearance at the Cromwell Arms, and Friday, April 5, sees them at the Grapevine, Exmouth.