Two nights of live music at Labour Club

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The Voyeurist, Strangers and Curxes play at the Labour Club in Northampton on Saturday night.

Strangers release their second single of the year this month.

Safe / Pain is another euphoric pop song with rising and pounding synths.

Formed in late 2010 and led by former Departure front man David Maddox-Jones, the band released three EPs last year followed by their by debut single Shine On You.

Since a sold out show at London’s Hoxton Bar & Kitchen for the launch party of Shine On You, the band have since supported Niki and the Dove on a stretch of UK dates, played with Blancmange at the O2 Academy Islington and more recently confirmed their biggest gig to date, playing Club NME night at London’s KOKO in August.

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Doors open at 7.30pm and tickets cost £3.

Tomorrow night, Cyanide Pills headline the Charles Street venue.

The five-piece from Leeds are influenced by the likes of the Buzzcocks, Ramones and the Damned.

Support is by The Furious 55s who will be playing electric blues layered over rumbling big bass and drums to make you get up and dance and Thee Bophins.

The Blitz DJs will also be on hand at the Charles Street venue to play a mix of garage, new wave and rock ‘n’ roll.

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