Altrincham band Intermittent Signal are a four-piece who play the kind of 60s, 70s, punk, indie and contemporary mix that has something for everyone to sing, dance or stomp along to. From the Kinks to The Kaiser Chiefs, Substitute to Chelsea Dagger, you know the kind of thing - anything with a bit of swagger.

If you've Ever Fallen In Love With Someone You Shouldn't Have Fallen In love With, this is the band for you!

Intermittent Signal are: Mike guitar and vocals, Stuart guitar and vocals, Clive bass and backing vocals and Simon on drums.

For more information about booking the band for an event, use our contact form, or telephone 0800-2888663.

Latest News

Latest News : Busking for Cancer 2010

Busking for Cancer Altrincham 2010

In Summer 2010, Clive once again took part in the Cancer Research initiative Busking for Cancer.

4/10/2010 12:13:07 | Read More... | 0 Comment(s)

Latest News : Clive wins Busking Cancer Guitar

Clive with Dirty Harry at the ICA London

Band member Clive Churchward placed the winning bid for this Stratocaster to raise money for Cancer Research

6/7/2010 15:40:00 | Read More... | 0 Comment(s)

Latest News : Live at the Market Tavern - The Video

The Old Market Tavern in Altrincham

A video of the band performing at the Old Market Tavern in Altrincham. The pub features live music most Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

7/2/2010 23:40:00 | Read More... | 0 Comment(s)


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Listen here to sample tracks taken from our recording session at SSR studios in Manchester.


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