Don't Fret!

Radio Clatterbridge listeners were in for a treat when they heard a live performance from an up and coming local band.

Chester quartet Idle Frets popped in to the studio to share their story and play some of their music.

Idle Frets at Radio Clatterbridge

They joined Coffee Club presenters John Roberts and Paul Allt to talk about their new record.

Since 2010, the indie rock band have achieved local notoriety selling out venues in Chester, Liverpool and Manchester.

They have also played at Liverpool's Cavern Club and the O2 Academies in both Liverpool and Manchester.

Thanks to Erin, Ben, Luke and Fergus for coming in.

We are sure you will be hearing a lot more of this band in the future.

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