She Drew The Gun, Annabel Allum and DelaGrave…. Friday night entertainment at The Brickyard

A great evening was had by DeClunk at the Brickyard on Friday night. The evenings entertainment was kicked of by the band DelaGrave. That first slot is always tough with the venue still slowly filling. Fronted by singer/songwriter Lauryn Graves, the band got us into a funky groove. Look out for DelaGrave around Cumbria.

Next up was Annabel Allum. It was Annabel, her grungie guitar and her songs. This is the first time that we had seen and heard her. We recommend you get to see Annabel and if you want a listen then check out ‘The EPs: All That For What & Sorry I’m Not Perceptible’. It’s available on vinyl. We at DeClunk HQ think it’s ace. You can catch her in the next few weeks in these places.


Crookes Social Club @ 7:30pm

She drew the gun

Sheffield, United Kingdom


The Crescent Community Venue @ 7:30pm

She drew the gun

York, United Kingdom


West End Centre @ 7:00pm

Charlotte Carpenter KiZZie

Aldershot, United Kingdom


O2 Forum Kentish Town @ 7:00pm

Jade Bird Mosa Wild

London, United Kingdom

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Annabel Allum

Time for She Drew The Gun. Nobody went away disappointed. It wasn’t long before the band were well into their stride with ‘Behave Myself’ and ‘Something For The Pain’ the 4th and 5th songs into a set of 19. Many bands might have held these heavily radio played tracks to the end but with a host of songs like these SDTG don’t have to hold them back. The keyboard/guitarist and backing vocalist, Lucy Styles, provided plenty of visual antics, somewhere between Toyah and Thunderbirds. Great fun. There was stacks of energy and the audience joined in with plenty of singing and a-bopping. ‘Trouble Every Day’ was the last of the main set before the band popped off for a couple of minutes before getting back for 3 more, finishing the night with highly danceable ‘Panopticon’. We hope that Louisa Roach and mates enjoyed themselves enough to get them back to Carlisle some time.

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