A vicar, an optician and an engineer have got together to perform at one of Lancashire's top venues.
Clergyman Phil Chew says punk rock is his musical era
Phil Chew, vicar at St Stephen's church in Burnley, and two of his friends formed a punk rock band and have been playing at the top of Blackpool Tower.
Reverend Chew said punk music was his era and he saw it as a great way to get across his religious teachings.
The band - called Revisit - performed on the tower's clear plastic 'walk of faith' floor high above the promenade.
His parishioners when asked about the clergyman's novel way of preaching all thought it was great that he had a different way of looking at religion.
Reverend Chew's parishioners all support his musical endeavours
The punk rocking vicar believes the music style does not conflict with his faith.
He said: "Although it's aggressive music, the music we write has got a good message with it.
"I've always been into modern music, punk music in particular is my era."
The band have released an album and hope to get it playlisted on radio stations.