Brighton folk-punk band the Levellers are visiting Hereford in this year's 30th anniversary tour, performing in the cathedral on 17 July. The concert will showcase their new acoustic album 'We the Collective', recorded at Abbey Road Studios with legendary producer John Leckie. It consists of new arrangements of eight of their most popular singles, plus two new songs.

Emerging victorious through the ups and downs of label deals, spats with the music press and the wear and tear of touring, the Levellers are still going strong after 30 years in the game. They have long been and still are, one of the best live bands around but their impressive back catalogue of recorded music is often overlooked.

The Levellers sold more platinum, gold, and silver albums in the 1990s than any other act. They have had seven Top 40 albums, including the number 1 album Zeitgeist and their platinum-selling 1991 album Levelling The Land, and a number of Top 40 singles including This Garden, Hope St, Just the One and What a Beautiful Day.

Support from Ginger Wildheart

Tickets for the concert on Tuesday 17 July can be booked here.

Very few tickets a now remaining, so book soon!