Last night, Childhood supported Jagwar Ma at The Garage for the latest instalment of Fred Perry Subculture’s Sub-Sonic Live.


Childhood opened the show, setting the tone with their dreamy wanderlust sound, all lush chords and sweet vocals.


Jagwar Ma brought the heat, taking the audience on a blissed-out-thumping-fist-in-the-air set. The crowd locked in for the boys’ classic melody of experimental beats with ‘The Throw’ and ‘Man I Need’.

The night ended with the legendary Happy Mondays frontman, Shaun Ryder, taking on the decks. It was a beauty.

Photo credit: Fred Perry Subculture



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