The sound of Yorkshiremen bursting into a capella is not a noise easy to forget.
Fortunately, it is for all the right reasons that String Fellows are sticking in the minds of everyone who has had the opportunity to see them live.
An eight-piece band of men from around the town, they bring warmth to even the most godforesaken nights in rain-battered Pennine towns.
It was formed by former New Fast Automatic Daffodils frontman, Andy Spearpoint, not long after he swapped chaotic city life for the moors.
He wanted to create a place for men to come and sing which did not involve them having to go to a community choir.
It is not just their punchy, electric vocals that capture the minds of those watching.
In one set everyone present can travel from proud yet struggling coastal communities to the heart of African villages, through the help of their menagerie of stringed instruments and their adroit takes on covers new and old and their own original tracks.
To hear them for yourselves, go to: www.string-fellows.co.uk