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The Howl and The Hum at Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach

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Named after an Allen Ginsburg poem, The Howl and The Hum are a York based band who experiment with electronic textures, transatlantic rock sounds and classic songwriting structures. The band is made up of Sam Griffiths, Conor Hirons, Bradley Blackwell and Jack Williams.

The Howl and The Hum will be performing 1 event in Cardiff on Monday 15th February 2021 at the Clwb Ifor Bach.

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Address: Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach, 11 Womanby Street, Cardiff, CF10 1BR
Telephone: 029 2023 2199
Venue Capacity: 200
Clwb Ifor Bach is one of Cardiff's longest-running nightclubs and live music venues. Opened in 1983, it was originally used as a meeting place and hang-out for those who speak Welsh; today, though the staff are required to speak Welsh, it is used by students and clubbers alike, regardless of language. Clwb is a common fixture on any up and coming indie, rock, metal, and alternative bands' tours of the UK, while it also owes some of its longevity to the ever-popular dance music scene, drum and bass in particular.