South Coast folk-punks THE LEVELLERS have announced the release of a special 25th Anniversary edition of their classic Levelling The Land album.

The Brighton band’s second full-length album, Levelling The Land was released in 1991 and features the fan favourites ‘One Way’, ‘15 Years’, ‘Far From Home’, ‘Riverflow’, ‘Boatman’ and ‘Battle Of The Beanfield’.

The new two-CD edition features a recording of the band performing the album live at Brixton Academy plus a DVD of that performance. Also available on limited edition double-vinyl, it’s set for release on 18 November through On The Fiddle Recordings.

As previously announced, The Levellers set out on a Levelling The Land 25th Anniversary Tour in November and December, featuring their fifteenth performance at the iconic London venue. Support for the tour comes from FEROCIOUS DOG and  GAZ BROOKFIELD. Prior to the tour they play their annual Beautiful Days Festival on Saunday 21 August and Hastings Pier on Sunday 18 September. Full dates are below….

Sunday 21st   Beautiful Days Festival

Sunday 18th   Hastings Pier

Wednesday 23rd   Cardiff TramShed – SOLD OUT
Thursday 24th   Bristol O2 Academy – SOLD OUT
Friday 25th   Plymouth Pavilions
Saturday 26th   Manchester Academy – SOLD OUT
Sunday 27th   Nottingham Rock City – SOLD OUT
Tuesday 29th   Newcastle O2 Academy
Wednesday 30th   Glasgow Barrowland

Thursday 1st   Leeds O2 Academy
Friday 2nd   Portsmouth Guildhall
Saturday 3rd   London O2 Academy Brixton
Tuesday 6th   Liverpool O2 Academy
Wednesday 7th   Norwich UEA – SOLD OUT
Thursday 8th   Lincoln Engine Shed
Friday 9th   Bournemouth O2 Academy – SOLD OUT
Saturday 10th   Birmingham O2 Academy – SOLD OUT

Tickets for the shows are available here.


Watch ‘One Way’ live at Brixton on YouTube.

Read a new interview with Ferocious Dog in the latest edition of Vive Le Rock!

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