Narrow Margin finished top of our public voting campaign with close to 3,000 and as they’re getting ready to take centre stage, here’s what you need to know…
Narrow Margin will play in the Trashed Centre Stage final at Night & Day, Manchester on 26th April along with LYNCHS, Tom Mouse Smith and Mercury Machine. Get your Narrow Margin Tickets here.
Playing a multitude of shows in Manchester supporting the likes of the K’s, Plastic House, Matter of Mind, Y.O.U.N.G and Corella; the five-piece band from Hyde, Tameside, have also sold out their own headline gig at The Star and Garter in the autumn of 2018.
Narrow Margin blend social and political frustration with soaring guitar riffs, punk-infused chord progressions and catchy/anthemic sing-along choruses. Lead singer, Ian Spiller, 18, said: “We want to promote a more direct form of music that speaks to the audience, doesn’t patronise and makes an immediate impact.”
Taking influence from The Libertines, Manic Street Preachers, Bruce Springsteen and The Enemy, Narrow Margin’s debut single was released 18th January.