InHeaven featuring Swindon's Chloe Little are on a UK tour and they will heading back west this weekend.

The indie rock band will be playing Moles Club in Bath on Saturday, February 3 from 7pm.

The band released their first single Regeneration in 2015 on Cult Records and their single was supported by Radio 1 BBC 6 Music's DJs Annie Mac, Phil Taggart, Steve Lamacq and Chris Hawkins.

The band took their name from a song featured in Lynch's 1977 film Eraserhead and its 1982 soundtrack album.

Chloe is bass guitarist and vocalist in the band which she started with lead singer James Taylor. Chloe's family are still in Swindon although the band is now based in London.

The singer attended Shaw Ridge and Bradon Forest schools, took her A levels at Cirencester College before studying History of film at Kings College London.

She began writing music when she was just 15-years-old and, alongside her school work, she was very much into the arts attending Swindon Young Actors, Swindon Rock School, Janice Thompson School, Tanwood and Swindon Academy of Dance.

The last couple of years have seen them supporting Sundara Karma, Circa Waves, Jamie T, Blossoms, Yak and The Magic Gang, playing a number of international festivals including Reading and Leeds, Glastonbury and Bilbao BBK live and they released their eponymous debut album last year.

Tickets to see InHeaven in Bath are £9