Hope & Anchor but I do like the place. It's only four or five quid on the door tonight to see three bands, and decent quality ale is being served at pub prices instead of the rip-off prices found in most London's music venues. The toilets downstairs are a bit skanky though - I doubt the girls really want to be able to see the boys though a door that doesn't close as they use the urinal - it gives a new meaning to the infamous phrase 'toilet venue'.
Jelly are an interesting band. All the members have 'paid their dues' in other bands and have now come together to create something new. The music has roots in the '70s and '80s - a mixture of classic and alt-rock with a modern twist and an English rather than American delivery.
songs that encourage to to check out their recently released debut album 'Troubadour, Wizard, The Queen and The Machine' - I'll leave you to figure out who is who in the album title...