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Muse have announced a huge 30 date European tour for later this year. Called the Resistance tour, it will follow on from the release of their forthcoming album, “The Resistance” which is expected out over the summer.
Support comes from The Big Pink.
Tickets go on sale from the usual outlets this Friday (5th June 2009) at 9am.
Tickets for all UK dates will cost a maximum of £41.25 including box office charges (subject to P+P).
Catch the lads at:
Wednesday 4th November 2009 – Sheffield Arena
Thursday 5th November 2009 – Liverpool Echo Arena
Friday 6th November 2009 – Dublin O2 Depot
Monday 9th November 2009 – Glasgow SECC
Tuesday 10th November 2009 – Birmingham NIA
Thursday 12th November 2009 – London O2 Arena
Friday 13th November 2009 – London O2 Arena
All information is taken from the official Muse website.
Those crazy kids that made techno cool again, Simian Mobile Disco, have announced a string of tour dates for September and October around the UK.
Tickets go on sale on Friday (29th May) at 9am.
Thursday 24th September 2009 – Cardiff, Solus (£12.50)
Friday 25th September 2009 – Sheffield Plug (£12.50)
Saturday 26th September 2009 – Leeds, Stylus (£16.50)
Wednesday 30th September 2009 – Brighton Concorde 2 (£12.50)
Friday 2nd October 2009 – London HMV Forum (£14)
Saturday 3rd October 2009 – Manchester, The Warehouse Project (£17.50)
Tuesday 6th October 2009 – Oxford, O2 Academy (£12.50)
Wednesday 7th October 2009 –Newcastle, Digital (£12.50)
Thursday 8th October 2009 – Glasgow, ABC (£12.50)
Friday 9th October 2009 – Nottingham, Stealth & Rescue Rooms (£12.50)
Saturday 10th October 2009 – Birmingham, The Institute (£16.50)
Following the success of their recent warm-up shows, Placebo have announced a UK and Irish arena tour in December to cap off another amazing year for the London trio.
Tickets go on sale this Friday, 29th May at 9am. Tickets are priced at £25 for all dates, and £26.50 in London, €40 in Dublin.
Tuesday 8th December – Birmingham LG Arena
Wednesday 9th December – London The O2 Arena
Friday 11th December – Bridlington Spa
Saturday 12th December – Manchester Central
Monday 14th December – Glasgow SECC
Tuesday 15th December – Dublin Olympia Theatre
Reverend and the Makers have announced a full UK tour for the end of October and early November around the UK in support of their forthcoming album, the intriguingly titled “A French Kiss in the Chaos”, which is out on 27th July.
Tickets for the below dates go on sale on Friday (29th May) at 9am.
Thursday 22nd October 2009 – Norwich UEA
Friday 23rd October 2009 – Lincoln Engine Shed
Saturday 24th October 2009 – Sheffield 02 Academy
Monday 26th October 2009 – Leeds Stylus
Wednesday 28th October 2009 – Leamington Spa Academy
Thursday 29th October 2009 – Manchester Academy
Friday 30th October 2009 – Edinburgh Picture House
Saturday 31st October 2009 – Newcastle 02 Academy
Monday 2nd November 2009 – Brighton Concorde 2
Tuesday 3rd November 2009 – Bristol 02 Academy
Wednesday 4th November 2009 – Portsmouth Pyramids
Thursday 5th November 2009 – London HMV Forum
The incredibly talented Maria Taylor has announced a string of four UK tour dates for the beginning of June, supported on all dates by Wispertown 2000.
Tickets are £6.50 for London and £6 everywhere else.
Friday 5th June 2009 – Glasgow, Captain’s Rest (Ticketweb)
Sunday 7th June 2009 – London, Lexington (Ticketweb, See Tickets)
Monday 8th June 2009 – Southampton Joiners (See Tickets)
Tuesday 9th June 2009 – Bristol Cooler (See Tickets)
Today we’d like to introduce The Blizzards, an indie-pop five-piece from Mullingar, Ireland. After noticing that their press release had intriguingly described their sound as “Weezer on steroids”, I was unsurprisingly eager to hear more from this quintet.
Growing up among records injected with the soul of the sixties, ska of the seventies, and electro-pop of the eighties, The Blizzards are a mixture of all these influences with an additional modern-day twist of their own. Their energetic guitar-pop brims with catchy riffs, lively choruses and angelic harmonies, while frontman Niall Breslin’s gritty vocals perfectly rough up their otherwise sprightly sound.
They’ve already supported Kasabian, Kaiser Chiefs and The Fratellis – while the band themselves are said to be speedily gaining their own cult-following at their apparently “explosive” live shows. This coming June shall see The Blizzards hit the U.K, so be sure to catch the band at the following dates if you can –
Monday 1st June 2009 – Cardiff Barfly
Tuesday 2nd June 2009 – Southampton Joiners
Saturday 6th June 2009 – Derby Rockhouse
Sunday 7th June 2009 – Hull Lamp
Monday 8th June 2009 – Liverpool Barfly
Tuesday 9th June 2009 – Glasgow Ivory Blacks
Thursday 11th June 2009 – Bristol Start The Bus
Friday 12th June 2009 – Oldham Castle
Saturday 13th June 2009 – Coventry Kasbah
Furthermore, the band will be releasing sunny indie single ‘Buy It Sell It’, through Island Records on July 6th, while their debut album, ‘Domino Effect’ is set to be released later this year in September.
To learn more about these exciting up and coming guitar-popsters, head over to The Blizzards MySpace page now.