The Future Has Beens say they are ‘itching to get on stage’ at the John Peel centre in Stowmarket tomorrow night.
The band, made up of singer/guitarist Paul Veal, bass player Ben Hooker and drummer Peter O’Reilly, from Felixtowe, have taken a hiatus from the stage while they work on new material.
Paul said: “We have never played live at the John Peel Centre before and looking at the venue it is very exciting. “We are itching to get on stage.
“We had a busy year last year with lots of gigs but have quietened down a bit this year But we love playing live, it’s an incredible feeling.”
The band aim to put out another EP this year following the release of a self titled five track debut and a three track follow up ‘Black Death’ last year.
They also have plans to release their first studio album.
Paul said the band’s music comes from getting together in a room and playing through ideas together.
“It is not really one person who brings along a song , it’s very much three people bouncing ideas off each other.
“I think it gives an energy to our songs.
“Our live performance depends on who we are playing to - we like to react the audience.”
Asked to describe what the crowd should expect, Paul said: “A loud, sweaty plane crash.”
The band have upcoming gigs at Swanfest in Ipswich on Sunday July 27 and at Homegrown Festival at Barrow Academy on Friday August 29.
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