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Haddenham teenager Kyle Eldridge looks set for a promising musical career.

He features on drums in local band Flat Lager — recently described as "fresh new groove grunge rock with funky/alt danceable tunes".

(Editor's note: hopefully some of our readers know what that means!)

The band's line-up: Kyle Eldridge (drums) from Haddenham, Owen Peach (vocals/lead guitar) from Long Crendon and Iolo Pulleston (bass guitar) from Chilton.

Flat Lager will be playing their first headline at The Bullingdon, Cowley Road, Oxford on Friday 13th July.

Don't miss the launch of their first EP 'At Ease' to mark their 4th Oxford show. Lovers of Indie rocky vibes should make sure they get on down there!

Support bands kick off at 7pm

Tickets £5 in advance from http://www.wegottickets.com/event/442907

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