The Torn plan latest video

Isle band The Torn (from left) TJ Taylor (bass) lives in Westwoodside, Damian Dalton-Smith (vox/rhythm guitar/mandolin/harmonica) lives in Gainsborough, Nick Berry (lead guitar/backing vox) lives in Haxey, Ben Mullins (dums) lives in Doncaster.
Isle band The Torn (from left) TJ Taylor (bass) lives in Westwoodside, Damian Dalton-Smith (vox/rhythm guitar/mandolin/harmonica) lives in Gainsborough, Nick Berry (lead guitar/backing vox) lives in Haxey, Ben Mullins (dums) lives in Doncaster.
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LOCAL band The Torn will play a free gig this bank holiday Monday at The Maltings Bar on Lea Road.

From 8pm the band will appear live and play two sets for Gainsborough fans.

The appearance comes amid a busy summer for the four-piece, following a stint at Scaftworth village festival Scaftonbury, and a headline performance at Hopfest festival at the Hop Pole in Retford.

Next month The Torn will shoot their second music video at an historic local venue.

The video for their song A Thousand Leeches will be created at The Old Willow Works in Beckingham.

Band members TJ Taylor and Nick Berry have come up with a concept - which is still top secret. Once complete, fans can see the video on YouTube.

The band said they were excited about their second video venture, and using such an historic local building.