Posts Tagged ‘Tour’
Having had a busy year so far writing their new album and preparing to head into the studio, Flood Of Red have now announced that they will be supporting Blood Command along with Verses, embarking on 10 UK tour dates in June.
BOYSETSFIRE have revealed that they will be releasing a brand new single and coinciding video entitled Bled Dry, which is to be released as a 7” vinyl on the 20th April via End Hits Records (Europe) and Magic Bullet Records (North America). The band have also announced a series of UK and European tour dates to coincide with the release of their new album While A Nation Sleeps…
Folk rockers The Lumineers head to the UK in February for their sold out debut tour, also announcing that they will be adding a second date at London’s Brixton Academy on Tuesday 12th March due to phenomenal demand.
Amidst a tour of European dates, Scroobius Pip will play a handful of UK live shows later this month. He follows on from the success of his Top 40 solo album, ‘Distraction Pieces’, which was released last September and drew on a range of influences including punk, rock and hip-hop. As his last tour was a sold-out affair, these new dates are not to be missed.
The Skints are set to release their new album ‘Part & Parcel’ on 9th April on Bomber Music and have announced their long-awaited headline tour for October later this year.
The South Coast’s The James Cleaver Quintet are set to release a new single, ‘Think Or Swim’, on 19th March. The track is taken from their hotly-anticipated debut album, ‘That Was Then This Is Now’, which was released last year on Hassle Records. They’ll be heading out across the UK next month, so be sure to catch them on the upcoming dates with The Safety Fire.
Jay-Z and Kanye West and confirmed the first European dates of their ‘Watch The Throne’ tour. The mind-blowing duo embark on the tour after the success of their album also entitled ‘Watch The Throne’, which was followed by a 35 date, sold out North American tour, proving that these two can still draw in phenomenally [...]