THE thrilling, unforgettable Glove are returning to Rhyl as part of an all day event to mark International Women’s Day.

Taking place the day after the global celebration, the Pot on the High Street will join venues across the UK for the Safe Gigs For Women Charity All-Dayer with an 11 strong line-up on Saturday, March 9.

Established in 2015, Safe Gigs for Women works with gig and festival goers, venues, events, bands and artists to get sexual harassment out of the music scene.

Leading the charge towards a more enlightened space, with their challenging fusion of poetry and primal musicianship, are the thumping firebrands Glove.

The wayfaring, war painted duo Stephanie Finegan and Hen Sloman – Slosilver – have rapidly built a semi-mythic status on the coast, following incredible and oft talked about sets at Wrexham’s Focus Wales last followed by a brace of captivating shows in Rhyl and Rhos on Sea the following month.

Now the band return to remind Rhyl music lovers of their raw, unadulterated power to pose challenging questions and balm deep wounds with poignant – if riotously noisy –proclamations of universal love ahead of the release of their forthcoming debut EP No Blades No Bones.

Don’t try to think of them in terms of influences – the pair need to be seen to be understood.

Joining Glove once again are last year’s support act The Stash, who are more than able to hold their own with lead singer Emily Sherratt's channeling of Patti Smith and Iggy Pop for a showcase in pure rock and roll.

Joining the bands are the esteemed stalwarts of the scene,The Levee Breaks, Lolfa Binc, White Ether, Red or Dead , Scapegoats, Hazel's Maze, Stevie EH and MJD Solo, who will be lending their voices to a brighter future for live music in North Wales.

Make sure to be in the front row when the first act takes to the stage at 3.30pm.

Entry is £5, with pre-bookings available by clicking here.