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The garage punk group Los Coyote Men are “coming out swingin’” at The Cluny on Sunday 26th March to celebrate the release of their brand new record Please Take Me Home.

Over the last 25 years, Los Coyote Men have secured an international following for their garage punk sound, which has been likened to The Cramps and The Sonics. They’ll be bringing great energy, great music and a great time to The Cluny, as well as their iconic Mexican wrestling masks!

Supporting Los Coyote Men are lo-fi garage beat combo Thee Girl Friends, who will be crossing the border from Scotland to join the afternoon of “fanfair of fuzz ‘n’ fun”. Thee GatesheadCoats are also supporting and are set to “prove themselves once again to be the world’s top Medway via Tyneside insult act.”

The gig starts at 1pm and will finish by 4pm, and to top off the excitement, it’s Jon Lee from Los Coyote Men’s birthday!

Tickets are £8 in advance (and you get a free badge on arrival!) or £10 on the door.


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