LIVE REVIEW: SKATERS at Night & Day Cafe, Manchester

Bitter Sweet Symphonies

SKATERSSkaters’ debut album Manhattan has become something of a cult classic amongst the indie and alternative community, and rightly so. Full of tight, concise and extremely fun songs, the record was a perfect groundworks from which the band could really go anywhere on their next project. As it turns out, the band have gone for a more rough-around-the-edges, surf punk feel on their newer material, much of which they played at Night & Day Café, their first foray into Manchester since they last visited the country.

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