Norwegian-British band Cherubs played Barfly in London on 19 August with Screaming Keith and 7 Boyfriends as support
The last time Cherubs played the Barfly was their album launch in April this year. This new show was their main warm up before they play The Reading and Leeds Festivals. It also tied in nicely with the release of their next single "A Man Of No Importance" which hit the stores on 15th August.
Half Norwegian half English Cherubs formed in December 2003. The band have since gigged all over London with bands such as Bloc Party, The Rakes, The Others and Art Brut, and also played support for the now legendary Libertines reunion gig in Chatham, Kent, following Peter Doherty's release from jail.
The band have also toured the country and abroad with the likes of The Departure, The Libertines and The Others. Cherubs' debut album 'Uncovered By Heartbeat' is out now. This year Cherubs have played the Wireless Festival and T in the Park and will also play Reading/Leeds, Truck and Tin Pan Alley festivals. For fans of Interpol, The Smiths & Talking Heads.