IF you absolutely insist on seeing Mercury Prize songwriters in action this weekend, but you don't want to travel too far, then your luck is really in.

The legendary indie band known as Turin Brakes will be bringing their hit comeback LP ‘Lost Property’ to The Cube, venue in Great Malvern, this Friday, October 13, from 8pm.

A spokesman said: "Back on the live circuit with one of their most successful albums to date, one of the finest indie bands of the last decade who have sold over a million records to date, re still going strong after sixteeen years. They released new studio album ‘Lost Property’ in January 2016. It hit the Top 30 on release and three singles from the album ‘Keep Me Around’, ‘Save You’ and ‘Jump Start’ were subsequently playlisted on BBC Radio 2.

"Formed in Balham, South West London, in 1999 by childhood friends Olly Knights and Gale Paridjanian, now joined by long term collaborators Rob Allum and Eddie Myer, Turin Brakes signed to French label Source in 2000 and released their Mercury Music Prize nominated debut album The Optimist in 2001 followed by Ether Song in 2003 which featured the top 5 hit single Pain Killer."

The band were part of Band Aid 20 for a revamped Noughties take on Do They Know It’s Christmas.

Tickets at: https://www.seetickets.com/event/turin-brakes/the-cube-great-malvern/1101963