Partly Faithful announce guest guitarist for London shows

By June 20, 2012 September 14th, 2016 London

London-based art rockers Partly Faithful have announced two gigs with special guest guitarist Murray “Muzz” Fenton. Fenton is probably best known for his work with Sheffield post-punk band Artery and March Violets side-project The Batfish Boys.


Partly Faithful (featuring Screaming Banshee Aircrew’s Ed Banshee) are currently looking for a permanent guitarist to replace co-founding member Gemma Thompson, who left the band due to other commitments. They will be releasing their second EP ‘The Beehive’ this autumn, with production from Rachel Stamp’s David Ryder Prangley.

Partly Faithful will be performing with Murray Fenton on the following dates: Friday, June 22 at The Comedy in London before performing on Friday, July 6 at Punk Club 3, Hope & Anchor.

Further shows (including dates up North) are still to be announced.

For more information visit the official Partly Faithful website.