Boston R&B-infused rockers, Bad Rabbits, headline The Craufurd Arms in Wolverton next week.
Fresh from playing the Reading and Leeds Festivals and a handful of European dates, the band is returning to tour in support of their latest album, American Love, which was released earlier this year.
Described as lying somewhere between Sly Stone fronting Bad Brains, Bad Rabbits began creating a buzz in 2009 with their self-released EP, Stick Up Kids.
Their sweaty, intense live shows solidified an impressive following and saw them share stages with the likes of Wu-Tang Clan, Deftones, T-Pain and GlassJaw.
They comprise singer Fredua Boakye, drummer Sheel Davé, guitarists Salim Akram and Santi Araujo and bassist Graham Masser.
Akram said: “We wanted to bridge the gap between the two musical worlds we come from. One of them is classic R&B, and the other is rock.”
Bad Rabbits play on Tuesday, September 2.
Doors open at 7.30pm, tickets cost £6. To book visit www.thecraufurdarms.com