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Tankus The Henge with support Baby Husband

“..I love that. It reminds me of a mixture of early Kinks, Squeeze
and a bit of Blur mashed in. His voice is his own…so great. I love
it.” Dave Davies – The Kinks

Tankus the Henge have built their reputation on unforgettable
song writing, spectacular live performances and relentless hard
work, playing hundreds of shows across Europe and building a
devoted fan base along the way. Their funk-fuelled repertoire is
wildly eclectic, ranging from New Orleans-inspired swing to heavy
rock riffs, and since their beginnings in the ratty alleyways of
London’s Soho, the band has evolved into a wild groove machine.
Musically inspired by bands from the British invasion of the 60s
and artists such as Tom Waits, Blur, Randy Newman and Queens
Of The Stone Age, and with lyrics influenced by 20th Century
American literature, specifically the Beat Generation and Gonzo
journalism, Tankus the Henge defy categorisation.

Supported by Baby Husband 

Baby Husband are a 5 piece indie rock band based in South West London whose members hail from Scotland, Ireland, England and Wales. Influenced by the likes of Wolf Alice and The XX, their sound is a fresh, dynamic and textured take on the indie rock genre.

Since forming in late 2018 they have self released three singles and two live music videos while performing in venues across the UK including a live session on Fubar radio, a sold out Sofar Sounds show and two performances at Edinburgh Fringe Festival. They were also selected to participate in the CirKT music programme which is funded by the Mayor of London


Buy the ticket, take the ride.
NEW DATE. 24th April 2021 | 8pm | £15 ALL STANDING

Music, inhouse, midnightmango


Saturday 24th April 2021 - Starts 8pm

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  •   A great local venue, always something on that appeals to all people. Lovely to have a local arts venue and not to have to go to Brighton

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