THE Luka State are regarded as one of the hottest young bands in the UK at the moment with 3.5million Spotify streams and 4.5million Youtube views.

Tomorrow night they play Barrow Underground Music Society, bringing their high energy rock to the Carlisle Street venue.

Hailing from Winsford in Cheshire, and founded in January 2015, the band are Conrad Ellis (vocals, guitar), Sam Bell (bass, vocals), Jake Barnabas (drums) and Lewis Pusey (guitar). Bury Me is their is the follow up to their acclaimed Feel It, released earlier this year via Propaganda Records' singles club and championed at BBC 6Music and Radio X.

Support are Canada Square and Chancer.

BUMS have plenty is the musical pipeline with more great acts coming up, including Indica Gallery, Little Strange, Run and Hyde, Belle and Sebastian, Sub:Stance, Don Letts, and a seriously real feather in their cap: this week's announcement that A Certain Ratio will be bringing their 40th anniversary tour to the Barrow venue.

BUMS programming manager and artistic director Graham 'Gripper' Newby said they were thrilled to be hosting such an influential and relevant band as ACR: "We were determined to bring more high profile artists to BUMS and as soon as I heard the band may be touring, I approached them directly, spelling out who we are and why we do this. I think the ethos of the venue struck a chord straight away and they agreed to come and play.

"They’ve continued to adapt and move forward, primarily due to their refusal to be pigeonholed and their eclectic influences. After 40 years of making music they still sound as fresh as those early Factory days."