CROSS Hills rock band The Marble Arches will play a gig in London on Saturday, November 4.

The band, fronted by local singer-songwriter Harry Wainwright Little, can be seen at the Alleycat in Denmark Street.

Harry said the venue was renowned for its musical heritage.

He said: “It sits in the basement of the fabled Regent Sound Studios, where artists such as The Rolling Stones, Black Sabbath and The Kinks recorded some of their earliest and most recognised works.”

Marble Arches began in 2014 as a way to channel songs written by Harry.

He said: “I’ve been playing music for around eight years, picking up the guitar at 12, and I have been playing in bands and recording music since I was 16.

“Having taken time to write and record material that I felt was of a high standard, I began sharing the music under the band name The Marble Arches so that I could have more creative potential and get the opportunity to play with other musicians.

“The current line-up consists of myself on guitar and vocals backed by Paul Brown on bass and Will Long on drums.”

The Marble Arches achieved recent success with the songs I’ve Become A Machine and Good Intentions receiving airplay on BBC Radio York.

Harry said: “As a BBC Introducing artist, The Marble Arches were approached by promoters for the London event.

“The band are looking forward to the opportunity of playing in the capital with other up-and-coming artists.”

Visit or website to book tickets, which cost £6.

The Alleycat is now described as a cool, mellow basement with the kind of vibe and decor that sets it apart from the standard London clubs.