POPULAR Carlisle-based music programme Glass City returns to Warwick Bazaar this weekend, following a well-received debut there.

The vintage fashion and antiques store, in Warwick Road, is set to host the final night of caustic Glasgow art-rockers Damn Teeth's latest UK tour on Saturday August 4.

The post-punk anti-heroes, featuring members formerly of Joanna Gruesome, Thin Privilege and Black International, released their debut album via Good Grief records in 2015, supporting bands such as Future Of The Left and Dead Rider, among others.

The band are currently working away on a new release, but have taken some time out for this extensive tour of the country.

Main support is from Carlisle's premier art-punk foursome, Brocken Spectre, who come across like a cross between The Fall, Magazine and a snarkier Pavement.

Having only been active a short time, the band have been busy appearing across the county, with big shows at Carlisle's Brickyard and an intimate evening at Penrith's Fell Bar. The band are hard at work on a new album, expected soon.

Completing the bill is Whitehaven's genre-hopping art rock trio Reptilians, whose eclectic catalogue includes songs about Robson Green and spies that meet an unfortunate end, while musically offering a solid, effect laden drive with vocals heading in three different directions.

Music is from 8pm, and entrance is payable on the door.