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Before we all spend January in a haze waiting for the year to actually begin in February, December comes knocking around with its Christmas carols and hour-long queues at Card Factory. But what else is the festive season about if not giving? And for those of us that are in a charitable mood, there’s no better way to support our local communities than attending Gulz’s return to the Toon with their charity gig at The Cluny on Tuesday 21st December.

Gulz have recently spread their infectious North East indie pop across London, with recently released tracks like the gorgeous Wait. What? and the joyful Welcome Home. Now returning to Newcastle, they’ll be aiding Newcastle West End Food Bank with a few of their mates, including Finn Forster, The Ilfords and Robinin providing musical support.

Gulz are known for their warm indie pop, best seen on vibrant track Shady Sady, therefore having the likes of Finn Forster and his mellow indie folk, the rebellious indie rock of The Illfords and the bright beats from Robinin seems like a no brainer. Together they’ll create an atmosphere that’ll make you long for those beer garden July nights.

Gulz, Finn Forster, The Ilfords and Robinin play The Cluny, Newcastle on Tuesday 21st December


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