HIS LORDSHIP, the new rock’n’roll power trio project from Pretenders guitarist James Walbourne, unveil their debut single today.
The band recently tore a strip off the Red Rooster Festival and London’s Moth Club with their incendiary stripped back rock’n’roll. Now His Lordship goes overground with ‘I’m So Bored Of Being Bored’, a sentiment that most of us can empathise with during these challenging times.
Check out the, quite literal, lyric video…
The band have announced a one-off Christmas show at The Lexington, London on Tuesday 21 December, with support from Iraina Mancini. Tickets go on sale here on Thursday 16 September.
‘I’m So Bored Of Being Bored’ is available now digitally from Spotify and all the usual platforms.
Berlin rockers MÄSH have just released their debut album for Wanda Records.
The five-piece band (don’t let the pic mislead you!) don’t like to give too much away about themselves, but as far as we can tell formed in 2018, ploughing a similar beltloop-challenging bootboy-glam furrow to the likes of Giuda and Faz Waltz. Since then they’ve released a very fine pair of 7-inchers for Wanda (also responsible for releases by Los Pepes, Guitar Gangsters and Cyanide Pills) and one for Spanish label Snap!
Their self-titled 11-tracker is available now on limited edition red vinyl, regular black and download from Bandcamp.
Long-serving French punks BURNING HEADS are back with an album of covers.
As the title implies, Under Their Influence features versions of songs by bands that have left their mark on the Orléans mob over the past three-and-a-bit decades.
The idea for the project came at the start of 2020 following the departure of frontman Pit Samprass and the return of original guitarist Philippe Agogué. The band recorded nineteen tracks instrumentally then invited nineteen singers from the cream of France’s punk and indie scene to add their vocals.
The album finds the band tearing through tracks by The Clash, UK Subs, Naked Raygun, Descendents, Bad Religion, Dag Nasty, Pennywise, Bad Brains, Hard-Ons, DI, The Lambrettas(!), Adolescents and more, handled by singers from the likes of Sixpack, Off Models, Lion’s Law, Flying Donuts, Speed Jesus, King Phantom, The Mercenaries, Not Scientists and Eternal Youth, whose frontman Fra later got the fulltime gig with the Heads.
Originally released digitally last year through Bandcamp, Under Their Influence is now available as a 12″ LP + 7″ edition and on a 19-track CD. Both formats are available now from Nineteen Something Records.
Check out Burning Heads covering Adhesive’s ‘Uphill Struggle’…
ALABAMA 3 have released another new video from their forthcoming album.
‘Yolanda’ is the second single to be lifted from Step 13 and follows on from ‘Whacked’ which was released back in April.
The zombie-themed video was shot in South London during lockdown with director Theo Williams and executive producer Tristan Williams.
“We loved the lyrics and the message of stealing culture and wanted to show the band in a Grindhouse horror style inspired by Cecil Hotel,” explains Tristan. “The original idea was based around a lift scene but when talking to Larry he said the lyrics reminded him of zombies and the video as you know it was born.”
“Alabama 3 have always been the ungrateful dead,” adds Larry Love. “Committed to walking the earth half-alive, Zombified and desperately seeking another Hit. We’ve been digging up the graves of black musicians for years, stealing their bones and calling it rock’n’roll and selling it back to the masses through a white empiricist filter.”
Due for release on 24 September through Submarine Cat, Step 13 is available to pre-order here.
As previously announced, Alabama 3 head out on tour next Spring. Full dates are…
Thursday 17 March 2022 Cambridge, The Junction Friday 18 March 2022 Birmingham, Institute 2 Saturday 19 March 2022 Liverpool, O2 Academy Friday 25 March 2022 Dublin, Academy Saturday 26 March 2022 Belfast, Limelight Thursday 31 March 2022 Brighton, Concorde 2 Friday 1 April 2022 Southampton, Engine Rooms Saturday 2 April 2022 Exeter, Phoenix Sunday 3 April 2022 Bournemouth, Old Fire Station Thursday 7 April 2022 Newcastle, Boiler Shop Friday 8 April 2022 Edinburgh, Liquid Rooms Saturday 9 April 2022 Glasgow, SWG3 Sunday 10 April 2022 Kendal, Brewery Art Centre Thursday 14 April 2022 Cardiff, Tramshed Friday 15 April 2022 Holmfirth, Picturedrome Saturday 16 April 2022 Manchester, O2 Ritz Sunday 17 April 2022 Leeds, Warehouse Wednesday 27 April 2022 Reading, Sub89 Thursday 28 April 2022 Oxford O2 Academy Friday 29 April 2022 Bristol, O2 Academy Saturday 30 April 2022 London, Shepherds Bush Empire
Read a feature on Alabama 3 in the new issue of Vive Le Rock! available to pre-order here.
DJ, broadcaster and filmmaker DON LETTS has curated an album of cover versions for the Late Night Tales series.
Mindful of the role played by covers in the development of Jamaican music, on Version Excursion, Letts has selected 21 dub transformations of songs by the likes of The Clash, Joy Division, War, The Beach Boys, The Beatles, Althea and Donna, Kool & the Gang by such artists as Ghetto Priest, The Tamlins, John Holt, Rude Boy, Matumbi, Gentleman’s Dub Club, Easy Star All-Stars and more, many of them exclusive remixes.
“A disciple of sound system, raised on reggae n’ bass culture my go to sound was dub,” says Letts. “Besides being spacious and sonically adventurous at the same time, its most appealing aspect was the space it left to put yourself ‘in the mix’ underpinned by Jamaica’s gift to the world – bass. But that’s only half the story as the duality of my existence meant I was also checking what the Caucasian crew were up to not to mention the explosion of black music coming in from the States. That’s why this version excursion crosses time space and genre, from The Beach Boys to The Beatles, Nina Simone to Marvin Gaye, The Bee Gees to Kool & The Gang, The Clash to Joy Division and beyond. You’d think it impossible to draw a line between ‘em but not in my world. Fortunately, the ‘cover version’ has played an integral part in the evolution of Jamaican music and dub covers were just a natural extension.”
Check out this cover of Big Audio Dynamite’s ‘E=MC2’ by Gaudi The Rebel Dread ft. Emily Capell…
“Truth be told I’ve wanted to work with the Late Night Tales crew from the get go,” he adds. “We’re talking nearly two decades such was the allure of their musical aesthetic typified by curators like Nightmares on Wax, The Flaming Lips, MGMT, Trentemoller, Khruangbin and countless others. Now being as old as rock’n’roll (born in ‘56) and having nearly 20 years of Culture Clash Radio under my belt I figured I was tooled up to musically juggle with the best of ‘em. But I wanted to carve out a space that was distinctly my own – something that reflected my musical journey and the culture clash that’s made me the man I am today.”
Set for release on 24 September, Don Letts’ Version Excursion is available to pre-order here.
Chicago rockers POISON BOYS have signed to Riot Records and release a new single at the end of the month.
The wonderfully snotty ‘Little Speedway Girl’ originally appeared on the b-side of the band’s 2017 single ‘Bad Mouth’, and turned out to be such a fan fave that they re-recorded it for inclusion on their forthcoming album Don’t You Turn On Me.
The band were originally formed by Matt Dudzik and Mike Lippman in 2014, but when Lippman tragically passed away from an accidental overdose, Dudzik vowed to continue the band in his friend’s honour. With a series of singles and EPs under their belts, plus tours of the West Coast and Southern States, the band finally dropped their debut album Out Of My Head for Dead Beat Records in 2019.
Aussie punk legends the HARD-ONS have unveiled the first single from the forthcoming new album.
As recently announced, the band have recruited a new lead singer in the form of Tim Rogers, best known for his role in chart stars YOU AM I.
A longtime Hard-Ons nut, Tim’s still in You Am I but that hasn’t stopped him stepping up to record an album with his new bandmates, and will be touring with them just as soon as Covid allows.
Taken from the brilliantly-named I’m Sorry Sir, That Riff’s Been Taken, the righteously throbbing punk-pop ‘Hold Tight’ comes accompanied by a video by Jonathan Sequeira, maker of the excellent Radio Birdman doc Descent Into The Maelstrom.
Due out on 8 October through Boss Tuneage in the UK, I’m Sorry Sir, That Riff’s Been Taken is available to pre-order now through Bandcamp.
Legendary NYC rocker SONNY VINCENT has unveiled a second video from his forthcoming new album.
The explosive, coruscating ‘Stick’ is taken from Snake Pit Therapy, Vincent’s first new solo album in seven years. It follows on from the single ‘The End Of Light’, released earlier in the summer.
“This work explores a world that is filled with uncertainty, calamity, disappointment and ugliness while at the same time the piece is mining and searching for excitement and beauty,” says Vincent. “I’m stickin’ with you, baby.”
A revered veteran with more than 50 years in the business, Vincent is a hugely prolific artist with dozens of his releases to his name, founding the seminal NYC band Testors and collaborating along the way with members of The Damned, Dead Boys, Husker Du, Velvet Underground, Stooges, Rocket From The Crypt and more.
His most recent release was the self-titled debut album by punk-metal supergroup The Limit, alongside Bobby Liebling of iconic metal pioneers Pentagram.
Vincent also recently published a memoir, also titled Snake Pit Therapy.
BILLY IDOL returns next month with a brand new EP.
His first new music in seven years, The Roadside features four new songs co-written with longtime collaborator Steve Stevens and produced by Green Day and Weezer producer Butch Walker.
During the past year, Idol has found himself in reflective mode and as such the EP’s lead track and first single ‘Bitter Taste’ find him ruminating on his near-fatal 1990 motorcycle accident.
“I think everyone has been feeling more reflective (during the pandemic),” he says. “So, it seemed quite logical and natural to write something about my motorcycle accident. Certainly, the motorcycle accident was the catharsis, the wake-up moment. A little bit of me got left on that roadside. But it wasn’t necessarily a bad thing in the end; it was a wake-up call. Maybe on that roadside I left behind the irreverent youthful Billy and opened the door for a more attentive father and a more sensitive musician.”
The single is accompanied by a new video by esteemed US photographer and filmmaker Steven Sebring.
The Roadside is Idol’s first release under a new deal with Dark Horse Records, the label originally founded by George Harrison and now relaunched by his son Dhani Harrison and David Zonshine. “I couldn’t be more excited to welcome Billy Idol to the Dark Horse Records family,” says Dhani. “Billy is a legend and his music couldn’t fit the Dark Horse persona any better. I’ve loved his music throughout my whole life so to be able to give this new music a home on our historic label is a massive honour.”
Set for release on 17 September, The Roadside is available to pre-order here.
SoCal punk supergroup INFAMOUS STIFFS have just unveiled their debut album.
Kill For The Sound follows swiftly on the heels of a trio of incendiary singles, ‘Get It Straight’, ‘Shakedown’ and ‘Freak Parade’.
Formed in 2019, Infamous Stiffs draw on decades of SoCal punk rock heritage, including members of CD2, Verbal Abuse, Electric Frankenstein, Hollywood Hate, Graceland Mafia, The Legendary Swagger, The County Stars, Nardcore’s Rat Pack, Junkyard, The Zero Class and Reel Big Fish.
Check out the video for ‘Shakedown’…
Released through Die Laughing/Golden Robot, you can buy Kill For The Soundhere.
Long-lost Birmingham post-punk band THE HAWKS premiere a rare archive video exclusively with Vive Le Rock! ahead of the release of their album at the end of the month.
Lauded during their brief existence and accruing semi-legendary status over the years, The Hawks were formed out of the ashes of seminal Birmingham garage band TV EYE along with former pre-fame members of DURAN DURAN, carving out a savage reputation on the city’s club scene and releasing one single and recording several cassette EPs over three years.
With the band splitting by the end of ’81, the cassettes had languished for decades, with guitarist Dave Kusworth (who in the interim had found success with Dogs D’Amour, The Jacobites and others) petitioning the band’s singer/songwriter Stephen Duffy (former Duran Duran frontman, Lilac Time founder and the tapes’ custodian) to make the songs available.
Following Kusworth’s sudden passing in September 2020, Duffy moved to make the release a reality in tribute to his friend. Restored to the best condition possible by Grammy-winning LA-based producer/engineer John Paterno, the tracks are now to be released on the album Obviously 5 Believers (the band’s original name) through Seventeen Records and Easy Action.
“We didn’t make demo’s, blue prints for future single or albums, we played live and I sang over the top, just to see what we sounded like,” says Duffy today. “These are like field recordings from a much simpler time. Simple in that we had no lust for fame and fortune, we had no manifestos beyond our fringes. We wanted to sign to a small label and play some shows but somehow we couldn’t fulfil even those modest ambitions.”
The video features the song ‘Bullfighter’, originally earmarked as the band’s second single…
Set for release on 27 August, the 10-track Obviously 5 Believers is available on limited edition vinyl here and CD here.
Washington DC punk pioneers FUGAZI are to be celebrated with a new tribute album this Autumn. And Vive Le Rock is premiering a track from it!
One of THE most influential and inspiring bands of the 80s US punk scene, Fugazi took hardcore and ran with it, creating sharp and incisive new forms and driving the DIY and straight-edge ethos that underpinned punk for decades to come.
Spread across a limited edition double-CD package, Silence Is A Dangerous Sound: A Tribute To Fugazi features 43 tracks from 43 of the bands that Fugazie inspired.
Check out Calgary punks BELVEDERE’s version of ‘Styrofoam’…
“I first heard Fugazi and Repeater in the early ’90s and was blown away,” says band-member Steve Rawles. “The rawness of the music, the lyrics, and the DIY message was heard loud and clear. We’re so thankful to be able to put our spin on ‘Styrofoam’.”
Due for release on 1 October, through Ripchord, with all profits going to the Tribe Animal Sanctuary in Scotland, Silence Is A Dangerous Sound is available to pre-order here.
Folk-punks FEROCIOUS DOG have a new single out today and they’re premiering the video exclusively with Vive Le Rock!
‘Broken Soldier’ is the second single to be taken from the Nottinghamshire band’s forthcoming new album The Hope, and is intended to raise funds for and awareness of the UK charity Combat Stress, helping former servicemen and women with mental health problems, such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety and depression.
“Having worked closely with Combat Stress for many years since the loss of our son Lee and setting up the Lee Bonsall Memorial fund to raise awareness of PTSD, our aim with the ‘Broken Soldier’ song and video is to raise more awareness around veterans suffering from PTSD and hopefully help them to reach out to Combat Stress for help,” explains frontman Ken Bonsall. “After losing Lee and setting up his Memorial Fund, our ambition was that if we could save one veteran or family from going through the pain and heartache we suffered, then we would have achieved our goal.”
“On behalf of Combat Stress and the veterans that seek our unique and vital help we would like to say thank you to Ken and Karen, their family and friends, the band Ferocious Dog and the Lee Bonsall Memorial Fund,” says the charity’s Director of Fundraising, Robert Marsh. “Their incredibly generous support over the last six years will have helped many, many veterans struggling with mental health problems. We very much hope that ‘Broken Soldier’ is a huge success and the awareness generated will encourage other veterans to seek help and not suffer in silence and that it’s OK not to be OK.”
The lyrics to ‘Broken Soldier’ were written by Ken’s good friend Andrew Hawkins, who knew Lee, and the band hope the song and video will help veterans suffering from PTSD to come forward and get the help they need.
Ferocious Dog are donating £5,000 via the Lee Bonsall Memorial Fund and encourage fans to donate here.
‘Broken Soldier’ is available to stream/download here.
Set to be released on 15 October through Graphite Records, The Hope is available to pre-order here.
As previously announced, Ferocious Dog head out on tour in support of the album throughout the Autumn. Full dates are…
October Fri 8th O2 Academy 2 Liverpool Sat 9th Marine Hall Fleetwood Fri 15th Old Fire Station Bournemouth Sat 16th Chalk Brighton Sun 17th The Venue Derby Mon 18th Old Cold Store Nottingham Tue 19th Nightrain Bradford Wed 20th O2 Academy 3 Manchester Thu 21st Nell’s London Fri 22nd O2 Academy 2 Oxford Sat 23rd Waterfront Norwich Thu 28th The Globe Cardiff Fri 29th O2 Academy Leicester Sat 30th Esquires Bedford November Fri 5th O2 Academy 2 Newcastle Sat 6th La Belle Angele Edinburgh Fri 12th Ropetackle Arts Shoreham-On Sea Sat 13th The Forum Tunbridge Wells Thu 18th Cheese & Grain Frome Sat 20th Exeter Phoenix Exeter Sun 21st Guildhall Gloucester Fri 26th KK’s Steel Mill Wolverhampton Sat 27th Picturedome Holmfrith December Sat 4th Leadmill Sheffield
Rejuvenated Kiwi rockers DESPERATE MEASURES have unveiled another new video from their forthcoming mini-album.
The brooding ‘Flowers At Your Door’ is the second single to be taken from the six-track Rinsed, and follows on from ‘The Rich-Tual’, revealing the diversity and complexities of the band’s sound. The video was directed, edited and shot by Craig Temple of Racketeer Pictures.
“’Flowers…’ was written after being stuck in pretty much self-isolation for three months on last year’s first lockdown as a relationship went down the pan,” explains band founder and frontman Eugene Butcher. “It was a lonely time for a lot of people and this song was born out of all that.”
Formed on the thriving Christchurch scene in 1981, Desperate Measures burned briefly but brightly in their original incarnation, performing at the infamous Golden Showers festival and being handpicked to play an aftershow party for The Clash before releasing the now highly sought-after 1984 EP.
Retooled and revitalised four decades later, Butcher leads a new London-based line-up featuring guitarist Gaff (Glitterati, Rich Ragany & The Digressions), bassist Ricky McGuire (The Men They Couldn’t Hang, UK Subs) and drummer James Sherry (K-Line, Done Lying Down).
Out on 6 August through Easy Action, Rinsed is available to pre-order here.
Desperate Measure play a special album launch at The Hope & Anchor on 30 July with support from Knox from The Vibrators and The Backstreet Abortions – tickets
They then play HRH Punk at Sheffield O2 Academy on 3 October – tickets – before heading out on tour with THE PROFESSIONALS. Full dates…
13 Oct – Tunbridge Wells, Forum 14 Oct – Oxford, o2 Academy 15 Oct – Swansea, Sin City 16 Oct – Manchester, Factory 18 Oct – Glasgow, King Tuts 19 Oct – Newcastle, The Cluny 20 Oct – Nottingham, Bodega 21 Oct – Birmingham, Castle Falcon 22 Oct – Liverpool, EBGB’s 24 Oct – London, The Garage 25 Oct – Bristol, The Exchange 26 Oct – Leeds, Brudenell Social 27 Oct – Milton Keynes, Craufurd Arms 28 Oct – Chester, Live Rooms
Fast-rising Yorkshire rockabilly and roots roustabouts THE BURNER BAND have a new video which they’re premiering with Vive Le Rock!
‘Blues Came In’ is the first single to be taken from the Leeds outfit’s debut album Signs And Wonders, which is due out in September.
Singer/guitarist Lewis Burner has been treading the boards for a while, with the likes of Bob Log III, The Legendary Shack Shakers and at the Strummercamp festival, releasing two solo albums before hooking up with singer and double-bassist Ian.
On Signs And Wonders they mix bluegrass and rock’n’roll with a punk attitude and lyrics that reflect on everything from mental health issues to the dedication shown by the people of Liverpool in eradicating the Sun newspaper from its environs.
“This is a song we wrote together about living dangerously and then getting walloped by the blues,” says Lewis about the video. “We filmed it in the Rodley Social Club because I really like pubs and this is one where I grew up in Leeds. Plus, they let us, so thanks! It would have been much funnier and better had we had more talent available. The telecaster you hear was £250,000 but came with a free house.”
Due out on 3 September through Shed Load Records, Signs And Wonders is available to pre-order and vinyl here and on CD and download here.
The Burner Band head out on a tour this Autumn with fellow Yorkshireman, renowned singer/guitarist/skater Serious Sam Barrett, kicking off with a joint album launch show at Leeds’ Brudenell Social club on 17 September – tickets. Before that they have a handful of dates on their own. Full dates are…
Sun 1 Aug – Deer Shed Festival, Thirsk Sat 28 Aug – Caroline Club, Shipley (afternoon, Lewis solo) Sun 29 Aug – Preston * Fri 3 Sept – Calder Vale Hotel, Horbury* Sun 5 Sept – Bradford Underground (Lewis solo) Sat 11 Sept – Armley Festival Fri 17 Sept – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds (album launch gig)* Sat 18 Sept – The Swan, Addingham* Fri 24 Sept – Paradise Tap N Taco, Harrogate* Sun 26 Sept – The Swinging Arm, Birkenhead* Fri 1 Oct – Dorothy Pax, Sheffield* Sat 2 Oct – What’s Cookin’, London* Sun 3 Oct – Beak Brewery HQ, Lewes* Fri 8 Oct – Village Hall, Terrington (LIAMS Club)* Sat 9 Oct – Constitutional Club, Farsley* Fri 15 Oct – Labour Rooms, Otley*
Yorkshire post-punks PARTY DAY are to have their complete works made available on CD for the first time ever.
Formed near Barnsley in 1981, the band’s proximity to both Leeds and Sheffield meant they were ideally placed to involve themselves in both cities’ developing post-punk and goth scenes, while they made an instant impact nationally with their first two singles ‘Row The Boat Ashore’ and ‘The Spider’ being picked up for airplay by John Peel. These were followed in 1985 by their debut album Glasshouse and a year later by Simplicty, each earning rave reviews in the music weeklies.
The two-CD Sorted! anthology comprises both albums and singles, plus the 4-track Glasshouse EP, along with compilation tracks and unreleased material. The set is completed by a 20-page booklet, including rare photographs and contemporary reviews. The sleeve design replicates the Glasshouse EP artwork which has achieved peak goth by being selected for the Victoria & Albert Museum’s Prints and Drawings collection.
The two-CD edition of Sorted! is released on 24 September through Optic Nerve Recordings and is available to pre-order here. A gatefold double coloured vinyl edition comprising Glasshouse and Simplicity without the extra tracks will be available later in the year.
Danish-Brazilian garage duo THE COURETTES have announced a major UK tour in support of their forthcoming album.
The super-hip husband-and-wife duo of vocalist/guitarist Flavia Couri and drummer/backing vocalist Martin Couri have been gaining attention in the UK over the past year with their singles ‘Want You! Like A Cigarette’ and ‘Hop The Twig’ on Damaged Goods – not to mention their two previous albums – are set to release their brand new full-length Back In Mono in October.
Kicking off down on the South Coast in Portsmouth on 15 October – the album’s release date – the pair traverse England, Scotland and finally Wales, winding up in Cardiff on 31 October. Along the way they hit London for what will doubtless be a rammed show at The Lexington on 19 October.
Full dates are…
Fri 15 Oct – Portsmouth The Loft Sun 17 Oct – Norwich Norwich Arts Centre Tues 19 Oct – London The Lexington Thur 21 Oct – Hastings The Piper Fri 22 Oct – Sheffield Yellow Arch Studios Sat 23 Oct – Middlesbrough Westgarth Social Club Sun 24 Oct – Hull Adelphi Mon 25 Oct – Newcastle The Cluny Tues 26 Oct – Manchester Night N Day Wed 27 Oct – Edinburgh Voodoo Rooms Speakeasy Thur 28 Oct – Glasgow Mono Sat 30 Oct – Brighton The Albert Sun 31 Oct – Cardiff The Moon
Tickets go on sale here on Friday 23 July at 10am.
The world’s number one CRAMPS tribute band TEENAGE WEREWOLVES return to the UK next month. Having been postponed three times already, thanks to the lifting of pandemic restrictions, the shows finally look set to go ahead.
Following on from their explosive 2019 tour, the band planned a speedy return, lining up a 13-date tour for 2020. Frontman Jack Atlantis and showgirl Kitten de Ville were two days away from boarding a flight for London to start the tour when the first airport closures started at the beginning of the pandemic. Left with no choice, Jack and his tour manager Gary, cancelled all dates.
Over the course of 14 months, they started over from scratch and re-booked, then cancelled, three complete tours. That’s 40 booked then cancelled venues, 90 hotel rooms and 85 poster designs. Months of lost time which equates to substantial financial and personal loss they will never get back. To add insult to injury, the band were forced to make two member changes: lead guitarist and drummer, plus two different rock’n’roll show-girls.
“The Delta variant looked like it would surely end a fourth Teenage Werewolves tour,” sighs Jack. “When Boris Johnson recently announced 100% re-opening, we were caught off guard and have been racing to get up to speed as our and our opening act SHE’S IN BAUHAUS’s dates loom closer. . . As of today, this project is clinging by its claws (pun intended), so success of this 2021 tour is crucial for us to continue in the United Kingdom.”
Kicking off in Grimsby on 12 August, the Stay Sick Tour winds through to Brighton Green Door Store on 23 August, taking in a London show at the legendary 100 Club on 20 August. Full dates are…
12 AUG – GRIMSBY Docks Academy – tickets 13 AUG – LEEDS The Warehouse Leeds – tickets 14 AUG – NEWCASTLE The Cluny – tickets 15 AUG – STOCKTON The Georgian Theatre, Stockton – tickets 16 AUG – MANCHESTER Factory Manchester – tickets 17 AUG – LIVERPOOL Jimmy’s Liverpool – tickets 18 AUG – WOLVERHAMPTON The Slade Rooms – tickets 19 AUG – BRISTOL The Fleece Bristol – tickets 20 AUG – LONDON The 100 Club – tickets 21 AUG – DERBY The Hairy Dog – tickets 22 AUG – SOUTHAMPTON The Joiners – tickets 23 AUG – BRIGHTON The Green Door Store – tickets