Leeds post-rock pioneers I Like Trains celebrate a decade of liking other things and making music with a 10th anniversary tour, which lands in Manchester at the very end of this month. Ten years of brooding and grounded ethereal musings have seen the four-piece release three EPs and three LPs for the love of symmetry. Taking place in the acoustic paradise of St Philips Church, I Like Trains present hymnal somnambulation for their Manchester following. To be in with a chance of winning a couple of tickets for this gig, send the answer to the question below – plus your name, age, phone number and Twitter handle – in an email (subject line ‘I Like Trains competition’) to competitions at manchesterwire dot co dot uk. Competition ends on Wednesday (26 Feb) at midnight. Winner announced on Thursday (27 Feb).

This competition is now closed – but you can still book tickets via the link below!

Fri 28 Feb, St Philips Church, 6 Encombe Place, Salford, M3 6FJ, 7.30pm, £11, www.seetickets.com

Fri 28 Feb
John Stansfield
Published on:
Mon 24 Feb 2014