Mercury Music Prize Nominees Roller Trio are heading to Morecambe.
The contemporary jazz band will play at More Music’s Hothouse on Saturday, March 22, supported by experimental multi-instrumentalist and 808 State collaborator Paddy Steer.
Roller Trio are; James Mainwairing on tenor sax and electronics, Luke Wynter on guitar and Luke Reddin-Williams on drums.
All still in their early 20s, the band met whilst studying at Leeds College of Music.
Lancaster Jazz Festival director Matt Robinson said: “We are very excited to be working in partnership with More Music once more to bring to Lancashire one of the best bands around.
“We’re absolutely thrilled that Roller Trio will be launching our spring/summer season of gigs and expect that it’ll be a fun night for jazz veterans and newcomers alike.
“They bring a ridiculously fresh DIY sound to the UK scene – one of the most exciting and innovative bands on the circuit at the moment”.
Steer recently performed at the 6 Music Festival in Manchester alongside Graham Massey from 808 State.
Tickets cost £10 (£6 concessions) online at www.moremusic.org.uk/roller-trio, over the phone at 01524 831 997 or from the Hothouse.