The sound of Dresden, Germany, comes to the Lune Valley next weekend with a special free show in Halton.
Elektrik Farm bring clanging, hard driven guitars and fast paced rock n’ roll to The Greyhound in Low Road on Friday, December 5.
The four piece are playing three shows in the UK as part of a mini tour, organised by their support act and former Ribble Valley man Dan Riley, who moved to Dresden last year and formed a strong bond with the band.
They released their debut album Nuts on vinyl in 2012.
Lead singer Stefan Kurzman said the motor behind the band’s musical journey has always been fueled by the contemplation of mental states and inner conflicts with the often hostile excesses of our modern society.
“If one way to cope with all that sh*t is to have a band and sing your heart out, then that‘s what we do,” he added.
Expect a heavy rock sound with sophisticated rhythms, big riffs and soaring vocals .
From 8pm. Entry is free.