Run away to Brixton with Billy Nomad and The Common Army

Billy Nomad, the roguish singer with the painted face, regularly pops up around the city, but now he and his band of merry players are taking things further afield.

Over a few short years Billy has managed to seep his way into the new city's consciousness. But if you haven't yet had the pleasure of Billy and his band of rebels, aka The Common Army?
You can put that to rights with a trip to the big smoke to see the band play their last gig of the year, supporting Frankie & the Heartstrings.
Billy has hired a 50-seater coach to ferry the converted, and the intrigued, to the show at Brixton Jamm on December 2.
Tickets are £25 which covers both your gig ticket and place on the coach.

To secure your place, contact Craig Hudson at PrettySound Records on 07761 476389. Book before 10th of November; tickets on sale now.

Billy Nomad and The Common Army are currently working on material for their first album, which means that 2018 looks set to be a winning one. For them, and for you.


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