LONDON Irish trad-punk band Neck have announced two free shows in the run up to St Patrick’s Day.
The six-piece band whose influences include The Pogues and The Clash have performed extensively across three continents, including six Glastonbury appearances.
Doors for their show tomorrow night (March 15) at Filthy’s on Holloway Roadopen at 8pm and on Sunday (March 16) at The World’s End in Camden Town open at 6pm.
Neck also plays on St Patrick’s Day on Monday 17 March at Filthy’s and doors open at 7.30pm.
Entrance to each gig is free.