Chorley post rock instrumentalists Elohym return home after a few months away for a show at Preston’s Mad Ferret tonight.
It’s a special pre-Christmas celebration at the Fylde Road music pub, which recently underwent a renovation after changing hands.
Although Elohymn have been a regular fixture on the old stage, this will be the first time they have graced the new one.
They’ve won plenty of home town fans over the years with their powerful post rock soundscapes, marrying the riffs of And So I Watch You From Afar to the math-prog virtuosity of early Oceansize.
They are joined by Wigan based heavy rock fiends Riggots and by bizarre solo artist Paddy Steer, who creates tunes with a weird array of machines and instruments.
Give a quick listen to some of Elohymn’s newest tunes at www.elohymn.bandcamp.com
Entry to the show is just £1 and doors open at 8pm.