Yorkshire ska-punks RANDOM HAND celebrate their 20th Anniversary with a special two-day festival at the end of this month.
The Keighley quartet will be taking over the Brudenell Social Club in Leeds on 27th and 28th January for Hand Fest, with a full supporting cast on both days, including sets from Sonic Boom Six, Roughneck Riot, Riskee & The Ridicule, Lightyear, Wonk Unit, Faintest Idea, The Human Project, Crazy Arm, Pizzatramp, Aerial Salad, In Evil Hour, Captain Hotknives and more.
Don't bother looking for tickets though - both shows sold out in 40 minutes!!!
Formed in late 2002, Random Hand played their first gig in a Haworth basement, going on to build a fanbase across West Yorkshire. Releasing their debut album Change Of Plan through Riot Music in 2007, they've gone on to share stages with the likes of Bad Manners, The Beat, Skindred, Less Than Jake, Reel Big Fish and more at festivals such as Rebellion, Reading & Leeds, Groezrock, Rock Am Ring and Slam Dunk.
The band are set to release a new, self-titled, album this autumn through Bomber Music, eight years on from their last all-new full-length, when they'll also play a headline tour to coincide.