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Spanish garage rock band Hinds will play a run of live dates in the UK next February, following the release of their debut full-length album ‘Leave Me Alone’, which is due out on the 8th of January via Lucky Number. Along with the tour announcement, Hinds have released a new video for their popular cover of Thee Headcoats’ ‘Davey Crockett’, which they filmed with fellow Spanish band The Parrots. You can watch the collaborative video just below the tour date listing.
Tickets for the following live dates will go on sale Friday the 2nd of October at 9 AM. Our previous coverage of Hinds, including live performance reviews from SXSW 2015 and Deer Shed Festival 2015, can be found by clicking here.
Monday 15th February 2016 – Cambridge Portland Arms
Tuesday 16th February 2016 – Norwich Arts Centre
Wednesday 17th February 2016 – Nottingham Rescue Rooms
Thursday 18th February 2016 – London Koko
Saturday 20th February 2016 – Manchester Gorilla
Sunday 21st February 2016 – Glasgow Stereo
Monday 22nd February 2016 – Leeds Brudenell Social Club
Tuesday 23rd February 2016 – Birmingham Hare and Hounds
Wednesday 24th February 2016 – Bristol Fleece
Friday 26th February 2016 – Brighton Patterns
Header photo by Michael Berman
Following on his already sold out November dates in the UK and Ireland, singer/songwriter John Grant has announced a full UK and Irish tour for the early part of 2016. Grant’s third album ‘Grey Tickles, Black Pressure’ is due out on Friday the 9th of October and will include the current single ‘Disappointing’, featured below the tour date listing.
Tickets for the following shows will go on sale tomorrow, Friday the 2nd of October, at 10 AM. In addition to these shows, Grant will play a special one-off date later in the year at London’s Royal Albert Hall on the 15th of June.
TGTF’s previous coverage of John Grant, including live performance reviews, can be found right back here.
Tuesday 26th January 2016 – Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Wednesday 27th January 2016 – Belfast Mandela Hall
Thursday 28th January 2016 – Cork Opera House
Saturday 30th January 2016 – Galway Seapoint
Monday 1st February 2016 – Coventry Warwick Arts Centre
Wednesday 3rd February 2016 – Cambridge Corn Exchange
Thursday 4th February 2016 – Southampton Guildhall
Friday 5th February 2016 – Leeds Town Hall
Sunday 7th February 2016 – Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Monday 8th February 2016 – Manchester Albert Hall
Wednesday 10th February 2016 – Gateshead Sage
Thursday 11th February 2016 – Sheffield Octagon Centre
Header photo by Julien Bourgeois
Sunderland art rock band Field Music have announced a list of live dates for early next year, starting off with two nights at the Cluny in Newcastle on the 25th and 26th of February. Led by brothers Peter and David Brewis, the band assures its fans that this tour will be “original recipe, undiluted, full strength Field Music”, as opposed to the variety of other projects the brothers have been involved in since the 2012 release of their fourth album ‘Plumb’.
Tickets for the following shows will be available beginning this Friday, the 2nd of October, at 9 AM. TGTF’s extensive previous coverage of Field Music can be found back here.
Thursday 25th February 2016 – Newcastle Cluny
Friday 26th February 2016 – Newcastle Cluny
Sunday 28th February 2016 – York Duchess
Thursday 3rd March 2016 – Cardiff Globe
Friday 4th March 2016 – Exeter Phoenix
Saturday 5th March 2016 – Nottingham Rescue Rooms
Thursday 10th March 2016 – Leeds Brudenell Social Club
Friday 11th March 2016 – Manchester Band on the Wall
Sunday 13th March 2016 – Glasgow CCA
Friday 18th March 2016 – London Islington Assembly Hall
Saturday 19th March 2016 – Southampton Engine Rooms
Sunday 20th March 2016 – Brighton Haunt
Gabrielle Aplin has just begun her autumn tour of the UK, but she has wasted no time in announcing her next run of live shows for the early part of 2016. Aplin has spent 2015 on the upswing, receiving airplay on BBC Radio 1 for singles ‘Light Up the Dark’ and ‘Sweet Nothing’, both from her ‘Light Up the Dark’ LP.
Aplin has already sold out a selection of dates on her current tour, including one at London’s Village Underground tonight, the 30th of September. Tickets for the following 2016 shows will be available starting on Friday, the 2nd of October, at 9 AM. Previous coverage of Gabrielle Aplin on TGTF can be found right back here.
Thursday 28th January 2016 – Manchester Albert Hall
Friday 29th January 2016 – Liverpool Academy
Saturday 30th January 2016 – Leeds Academy
Monday 1st February 2016 – Edinburgh Liquid Rooms
Tuesday 2nd February 2016 – Glasgow ABC
Wednesday 3rd February 2016 – Newcastle Academy
Friday 5th February 2016 – Nottingham Rock City
Sunday 7th February 2016 – Norwich UEA
Monday 8th February 2016 – London Shepherds Bush Empire
Thursday 11th February 2016 – Portsmouth Pyramids
Friday 12th February 2016 – Cardiff Great Hall
Sunday 14th February 2016 – Birmingham Institute
Monday 15th February 2016 – Brighton Corn Exchange
Tuesday 16th February 2016 – Bristol Academy
Wednesday 17th February 2016 – Sheffield Leadmill
Friday 19th February 2016 – Belfast Mandela Hall
Saturday 20th February 2016 – Dublin Whelan’s
By Mary Chang
on Friday, 25th September 2015 at 9:00 am
Ryan West, better known by his electronic stage name Rival Consoles, will be going out on his first proper headline tour next month. He’ll be touring in support of his newest and third album ‘Howl’, which will be released on the 16th of October on Erased Tapes. (Buy the album directly from the indie label here.) He’s currently in Colombia at the moment for MUTEK Bogota – yes, it IS unfair that electronic artists get to go to such exciting destinations – but I imagine he’ll be in fine form for his tour in October, which includes a stop 2 days before the album release at the esteemed Corsica Studios in London on the 14th of October. Tickets to all the non-free shows listed below are on sale now.
Catch all of my previous coverage on Rival Consoles on TGTF, including my interview with him on the last day of SXSW 2015, right this way.
Saturday 10th October 2015 – Manchester Texture
Sunday 11th October 2015 – Teesside Sound It Out Records (free in-store show at 4 PM)
Monday 12th October 2015 – Glasgow Hug and Pint
Tuesday 13th October 2015 – Brighton Green Door Store
Wednesday 14th October 2015 – London Corsica Studios
Thursday 15th October 2015 – Bristol Start the Bus (free show)
Friday 16th October 2015 – Leicester Firebug
By Mary Chang
on Thursday, 24th September 2015 at 9:00 am
Disclosure – the brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence – have announced a short series of UK dates for late November and early December. They’ll no doubt be playing tracks from their 2013 Mercury Prize-nominated album ‘Settle’ but more importantly, the brand new tunes from ‘Caracal’, their sophomore album being released this Friday, the 25th of September. A ticket presale will take place starting next Wednesday, the 30th of September, via DICE; the general sale will begin on Friday the 2nd of October. You best be quick on the mark for these tickets, as I can bet you they’ll be going fast.
For all things Disclosure on TGTF, go here.
Thursday 26th November 2015 – Glasgow SSE Hydro
Saturday 28th November 2015 – Manchester Central
Tuesday 1st December 2015 – London Alexandra Palace
Wednesday 2nd December 2015 – London Alexandra Palace
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