An indie rock band will be signing copies of their new album at a record shop cafe in Bury this week - ahead of a sold out show in the town centre.

The Zutons released their debut album in 2004 before smash hits "Why Won't You Give Me Your Love?" and "Valerie" achieved success in the charts, both from their second album, Tired of Hanging Around in 2006.

The band, who hail from Liverpool, will be at Wax and Beans on Market Street at 2.30pm on Wednesday, signing copies of their long awaited fourth studio album, The Big Decider, which was released on Friday.

And there have already been rave reviews.

Records and CDs will be available to buy at the shop on the day with tickets for the event free.

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The shop's management will also be helping with the band's gig at night at nearby theatre, The Met.

A Wax and Beans spokesperson said: "Tickets to the signing at the shop are free, everyone is welcome to grab a ticket and come along to meet the band and get the vinyl and CDs signed."

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