Broken 3 Ways, a seven-piece ska-punk rasta-funk outfit from the Wirral are living proof that raw talent, ambition and honesty can still prevail.

It is no surprise that their energetic live performance has helped grow a loyal fan base throughout the Wirral and Liverpool music scene as well as a large Chester following which will be consolidated when they return to Telford’s Warehouse on Saturday, June 6.

Their signature sound captures the raw essence of ska-punk with hard hitting dual vocals, skanking guitars and addictive brass that take their influence from bands such as Streetlight Manifesto, Sublime, Rancid, Reel Big Fish and Capdown.

Since 2008 the band have played hundreds of shows, supporting bands such as The Skints.

In 2013 the band settled as seven-piece that include Jay Peers Bow (vox and sax), Scott Hyland (vox and guitar), Jay Aldred (trumpet), Chris Gartman (guitar), Fal (bass), Shaun Price (keys) and Ben Green (drums).

In the summer of 2013 they enjoyed performing at a string of festivals across the North West including Zanzifest, Fort Perch Rocks and headline slots at The Gathering, Port Life and Summer Jam festivals.

Free entry before 9pm, £4 thereafter. Call 01244 390 090 or visit .