A WIRRAL band will be performing in Liverpool for the first time after eight years.

Indie rockers, Hooton Tennis Club, will perform at Liverpool festival, FESTEVOL on Saturday, March 30.

Formed in 2013 after meeting at Upton by Chester High School, indie rock four-piece Hooton Tennis Club signed with Heavenly Records before releasing their acclaimed debut album Highest Point in Cliff Town in 2015.  

The band, who take their name from the tennis courts in Little Sutton, released a second album, Big Box of Chocolates in 2016 before releasing their 2020 single Monsoonal Runoff.

The band, who had been on a hiatus ever since their latest release, until the band played at Birkenhead's Future Yard venue on Wednesday, January 31 as part of Independent Venues Week.

Now the four piece will be joining the line up at the newly reopened and refurbished independent venue the Arts Club Liverpool. 

The line up includes headline band Peace and several other Liverpool-based singers and bands, including Bandit, Casino, Ambedo Blue, Bright Town and Tilly Louise. Other acts performing include 86TVs, Overpass, Witch Fever, Slate, Bandit. 

The festival will take place from 3pm until 11pm. To buy tickets click here.