A YOUNG indie rock band performed a sold-out gig in Bourne on Friday.
The Conspiracy Club, who were the winners of Bourne Festival’s battle of the bands competition, followed up their recent success a gig at the Coach House function room at Angel Hotel in North Street, Bourne.
The four Bourne Grammar School pupils, lead singer Harry Preen, 16, guitarist Dom Darmanin, 17, bass guitarist James Noble, 15, and drummer Caleb Carver, 14, headlined with two local support acts, The Projection and Dance Grenade also on the bill.
The band, who are performing in the area most weekends, were keen to be able to put on a performance for their friends, many of whom are two young to get into the venues they have been playing.
The band perform a mix of covers their own songs.
To keep up to date with the band’s activities, regular information is available on their Facebook page which has had more than 1000 likes. Visit their page at www.facebook.com/TheConspiracyClub
The band next play on Saturday, July 7 at The Riverside Festival in Stamford at 5pm on the acoustic stage.