A WARRINGTON band is making its return to the town after a hit success at Glastonferry.

Parlours, a band with three members from Warrington and two from Runcorn, will headline Warrington’s Pyramid Arts Centre.

The gig will take place on November 25, with the up-and-coming Indie rock band joined by support acts which are yet to be announced.

The band formed at university, with the three members from Warrington having previously met at Priestley College, and the two from Runcorn both going to The Heath School in the town.

Tickets are only £6 and are available now.

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This headline show follows a successful performance from the band at Glastonferry, the music festival held at The Ferry Tavern Pub in Penketh.

The performance was a roaring success, despite being their first festival performance less than a year on from their live debut.

Jack Swanwick, from the band, said: “It is now of the best gigs we have done to date. Especially with us being local lads, this one meant a lot.”

Following a period recording in Coastal recording studio in Liverpool, the band has hinted that new songs are set to be released soon to add to their debut single ‘Hacienda’.