Punk, dub and ska pioneers bring their new album to Torrington on Saturday, May 25.

PUNK, dub and ska band Radical Dance Faction are back on the road and at the Plough Arts Centre in Torrington on Saturday, May 25.

The band was a favourite on the free festival circuit in the 80s and 90s, going on to enjoy a new lease of life when reforming in 2006.

They bring with them an infectious dance style plus their new album Ammunition, with music that combines ska, dub and with a DIY punk attitude.

Original band member Chris Bowsher’s lyrics are spoken rather than sung, and often deal with political issues such as Tiananmen Square, as shown in the track ‘Chinese Poem’.

This is billed as a rare opportunity to see an enduring British band back on the road once more.

There is special support from the home-grown Sons of Gods, a four piece band that has been a hit on the local live scene with its alternative punk edge.

In between sets, DJ Unity will be playing punk, dub and ska, old and new. Doors open at 8pm and tickets are available from the box office on 01805 624624, or at the door if any are left.