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Endless Window comes to The Cumberland Arms for the 14th instalment of their club night. This edition sees three acts: Fractions, Tchotchke and Craig Clark on the line-up and it is set to be a delightful combination of talent on Friday 22nd July.

Fractions are a dream-pop three-piece from Newcastle whose piercing keys create atmospheric late-90s nostalgia. Echoing the likes of Ride and Slowdive, they use shoegaze roots to build with synth drenched instrumentation and eerie vocals. Their overall mysterious allure is an exciting scoop for Endless Window and The Cumberland Arms will be surging with heavenly waves.

Joining Fractions are another Newcastle band – Tchotchke. Filled with ambience and progressing chords, their influences of My Bloody Valentine and Velvet Underground come together to create a therapeutic and somewhat experimental sound. After a fantastic set at this year’s NARC Fest, Tchotchke are a must see.

Completing the bill is Craig Clark. A singer songwriter with heavy influences from Elliott Smith, his sound is similar to Radiohead’s Fake Plastic Trees in terms of mellowness. His delicate approach to music is fresh and allows the crowd to absorb what he is talking about rather than melting their faces off with an unnecessary riff.

The gig is priced at £4. Doors open at 7:30pm and a club night follows the last act until late.

Endless Window is at The Cumberland Arms, Newcastle on Friday 22nd July.

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