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Band is better than they look!

Gloucestershire lads Better Than We Look are playing at the Watson Hall, Tewkesbury, on Saturday, December 4.

The band has gone from strength to strength since they were established four years ago. They have built their reputation playing at Coleford Music Festival, Gloucester CAMRA Beer Festival, Cafe René, Staunton Beer Festival and the Sausage and Cider Festival in Twyning to name just a few.

They've played their original numbers live on Dean Radio, and have entertained at The Baker Street, The Royal Oak and The Woodman Inn.

Their diary for 2020 was packed full with festivals, pub gigs, weddings and private events before lockdown, so come along and give this band a huge welcome back on's certainly been a while so this is going to be a corker of a gig and one not to be missed.

Playing all your favourite rock covers through the decades, everything from The Kinks, The Who to The Killers and Green Day with some of their upbeat and energetic originals thrown in along the way, you are always guaranteed to have a great time with the band.

What makes the band stand out? They are young, they are so talented individually as musicians and have amazing vocals...bring them together as Better Than We Look and their sound is just Wow! They really are better than they look

Take a look at their Facebook page for latest reviews and videos

Tickets are £5 each (aged 16+) and available from 

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