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Hartlepool math rockers Future Horizons are set to play Newcastle as part of the second instalment of A Mad Wednesday at Jumpin’ Jacks, Dog and Parrot, on Wednesday 13th July. After an excellent performance to a packed crowd at NARC Fest’s Tyne Bar stage, they start their first ever tour with Donnie Willow right here in the North East.

Future Horizons are a four-piece who deliver clever alt rock – think Antidotes-era-Foals but with heavier and crazier time scales – through engaging live performances. A massively energetic and engaging stage presence often sees them exchanging jokes with the crowd, making each show feel like something very in the moment.

Also on the bill are co-headliners Donnie Willow; the Glaswegian-three-piece are a good choice, crafting music in a similar vein. Slick hooks and drum-led anthems are overlayed by a bold Glaswegian accent, to make up the slick blend of Donnie Willow’s music.

Up-and-coming scuzz pop Newcastle band Cult Lust join the line-up to create a gig packed with bold, vibrant sounds that will crash around the snug Jumpin’ Jacks venue. Forming only last month, their demos of Rollies and Headfuck are already on Apple Music – a sign of big things to come. Ten Eighty Trees complete the bill, and as a perfect addition to the line-up, expect a heavy act splurging with passion, screaming vocals and intense instrumentation.

Tickets are available from See Tickets for just £5 – don’t miss out on such energy in such an intimate venue.

Future Horizons, Donnie Willow, Cult Lust and Ten Eighty Trees play Jumpin’ Jacks, Newcastle on Wednesday 13th July.

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