Band Of Skulls are this week set to embark on their UK tour which will include their biggest headline show to date at London's Brixton Academy.
The band who recently released new single 'You're Not Pretty But You Got It Goin' On' will kick off proceedings tomorrow night (27th November) in Glasgow and will finish up later next month with a hometown show at Southampton's Guildhall.
The tour comes just off the back of a recent slot supporting Red Hot Chili Peppers across six of their huge US dates, and are next set to support Muse on a selection of their headline US & Canada dates early next year.
Band Of Skulls' latest album ‘Sweet Sour' entered the UK album chart at number 14 in February, that week's highest new entry. The album was recorded at Rockfield studios in Wales with producer Ian Davenport and mixed in Los Angeles by Nick Launay who has previously worked alongside the likes of Nick Cave, PiL and Yeah Yeah Yeahs.
UK headline dates are as follows:
27 - ABC - Glasgow
28 - Newcastle - Digital
29 - Leadmill - Sheffield
1 - Academy - Liverpool
2 - Coal Exchange - Cardiff
3 - Rescue Rooms - Nottingham
5 - Ritz - Manchester6 - Institue - Birmingham
7 - Brixton Academy - London
8 - Roadmender - Northampton
9 - Guildhall - Southampton
Tickets on sale via www.kililive.com / 0844 871 8803. Tickets priced at £15 (£17.50 in London).
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