A North Wales band that was featured in the 'Welcome to Wrexham' documentary is set to perform at Ty Pawb

The Trials of Cato will be performing at the Wrexham City Centre venue on Saturday, November 19. 

Tickets for the Ty Pawb performance can be found here. 

The band are currently on an Autumn tour to promote their new album which is out on November 25. 

One of their tracks recently featured in an episode of the documentary 'Welcome to Wrexham' which follows the purchase of Wrexham A.F.C by Holywood actors Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds.

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The band were initially formed in Beirut, Lebanon where the members at the time were working as teachers.

Their first album 'Hide and Hair' won the BBC Folk Album of the Year award. Since then the multi-talented instrumentalist and singer, Polly Bolton has joined.
Although the trio, who perform in Welsh and English, are steeped in the rich background of traditional music, the sounds of the new album shake up that tradition to create something completely contemporary.

The new album is titled Gog Magog, named after the mythological giant of the Arthurian legends and also a Cambridgeshire hilltop, where the album was created over lockdown.

Memorable performances across Britain, Europe, and North America led to Mark Radcliffe hailing the band as ‘one of the real discoveries on the folk circuit in recent times’. With Gog Magog, the ‘Sex Pistols of folk’ (John Davis – Led Zeppelin, Gorilaz) now present their most daring music to date.