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May 2018

01May

Sarah Blasko + Emma Gatrill

Islington Assembly Hall, London

01May

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds + Baxter Dury

Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham

02May

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds + Baxter Dury

Metro Arena, Newcastle

03May

Gomez + John Smith

Royal Albert Hall, London

04May

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds + Baxter Dury

Manchester Arena, Manchester

SOLD OUT
04May

Peter Perrett + Eugene McGuinness

Islington Assembly Hall, London

05May

Gomez + John Smith

O2 Forum Kentish Town, London

06May

Gomez + John Smith

Cambridge Corn Exchange , Cambridge

06May

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds + Baxter Dury

Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff

SOLD OUT
07May

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds + Baxter Dury

First Direct Arena, Leeds

09May

PEACE + whenyoung

The Leadmill, Sheffield

Peace are back with a brand new album, titled Kindness Is The New Rock And Roll’, released 4th May.

It's been three years since Peace were swelling up tents at festivals, turning guitar cynics into rock and roll dreamers with their indulgent mixture of romantic riffs, heart-shaped lyrics and dancing drum beats. After a blistering success with their 2015 follow-up LP 'Happy People' (their debut 'In Love' came out to rapturous hype in 2013), the band disappeared for two years, winding up at a farmhouse in the middle of a forest miles away from civilisation.   Now, they are back – as Peace 2.0; new label, new record and ready to reinvigorate their tribal young fanbase, one so loyal they’re known to sport Peace tattoos all over their bodies.

The band recently signed with Ignition Records, home to The Coral and Primal Scream, whilst re-signing publishing to the well-respected Communion stable.  Back at the aforementioned farmhouse in the depths of Herefordshire (a National Trust property in the middle of nowhere), the foursome wrote and wrote.  Having never spent so much as an hour in the countryside, singer Harry Koisser felt it was the most creative thing he’d ever done; “I was a total townie,” he says. “I spent six months out in an actual forest. It was very Hobbit-ish, very Hobbit-esque. Extremely isolating and scary”.

Tickets for the tour will go on Fan Pre-sale at 9am, Wednesday 21st February and General Sale at 9am, Friday 23rd February.

SOLD OUT
11May

Rose Dive + Rozelle + China Bears

Hy-Brasil Music Club, Bristol

11May

PEACE + whenyoung + ZUZU

Fibbers, York

Peace are back with a brand new album, titled Kindness Is The New Rock And Roll’, released 4th May.

It's been three years since Peace were swelling up tents at festivals, turning guitar cynics into rock and roll dreamers with their indulgent mixture of romantic riffs, heart-shaped lyrics and dancing drum beats. After a blistering success with their 2015 follow-up LP 'Happy People' (their debut 'In Love' came out to rapturous hype in 2013), the band disappeared for two years, winding up at a farmhouse in the middle of a forest miles away from civilisation.   Now, they are back – as Peace 2.0; new label, new record and ready to reinvigorate their tribal young fanbase, one so loyal they’re known to sport Peace tattoos all over their bodies.

The band recently signed with Ignition Records, home to The Coral and Primal Scream, whilst re-signing publishing to the well-respected Communion stable.  Back at the aforementioned farmhouse in the depths of Herefordshire (a National Trust property in the middle of nowhere), the foursome wrote and wrote.  Having never spent so much as an hour in the countryside, singer Harry Koisser felt it was the most creative thing he’d ever done; “I was a total townie,” he says. “I spent six months out in an actual forest. It was very Hobbit-ish, very Hobbit-esque. Extremely isolating and scary”.

Tickets for the tour will go on Fan Pre-sale at 9am, Wednesday 21st February and General Sale at 9am, Friday 23rd February.

12May

Peace + whenyoung + ZUZU

The Venue, Derby

Peace are back with a brand new album, titled Kindness Is The New Rock And Roll’, released 4th May.

It's been three years since Peace were swelling up tents at festivals, turning guitar cynics into rock and roll dreamers with their indulgent mixture of romantic riffs, heart-shaped lyrics and dancing drum beats. After a blistering success with their 2015 follow-up LP 'Happy People' (their debut 'In Love' came out to rapturous hype in 2013), the band disappeared for two years, winding up at a farmhouse in the middle of a forest miles away from civilisation.   Now, they are back – as Peace 2.0; new label, new record and ready to reinvigorate their tribal young fanbase, one so loyal they’re known to sport Peace tattoos all over their bodies.

The band recently signed with Ignition Records, home to The Coral and Primal Scream, whilst re-signing publishing to the well-respected Communion stable.  Back at the aforementioned farmhouse in the depths of Herefordshire (a National Trust property in the middle of nowhere), the foursome wrote and wrote.  Having never spent so much as an hour in the countryside, singer Harry Koisser felt it was the most creative thing he’d ever done; “I was a total townie,” he says. “I spent six months out in an actual forest. It was very Hobbit-ish, very Hobbit-esque. Extremely isolating and scary”.

Tickets for the tour will go on Fan Pre-sale at 9am, Wednesday 21st February and General Sale at 9am, Friday 23rd February.

13May

Peace + whenyoung + ZUZU

The Welly Club, Hull

Peace are back with a brand new album, titled Kindness Is The New Rock And Roll’, released 4th May.

It's been three years since Peace were swelling up tents at festivals, turning guitar cynics into rock and roll dreamers with their indulgent mixture of romantic riffs, heart-shaped lyrics and dancing drum beats. After a blistering success with their 2015 follow-up LP 'Happy People' (their debut 'In Love' came out to rapturous hype in 2013), the band disappeared for two years, winding up at a farmhouse in the middle of a forest miles away from civilisation.   Now, they are back – as Peace 2.0; new label, new record and ready to reinvigorate their tribal young fanbase, one so loyal they’re known to sport Peace tattoos all over their bodies.

The band recently signed with Ignition Records, home to The Coral and Primal Scream, whilst re-signing publishing to the well-respected Communion stable.  Back at the aforementioned farmhouse in the depths of Herefordshire (a National Trust property in the middle of nowhere), the foursome wrote and wrote.  Having never spent so much as an hour in the countryside, singer Harry Koisser felt it was the most creative thing he’d ever done; “I was a total townie,” he says. “I spent six months out in an actual forest. It was very Hobbit-ish, very Hobbit-esque. Extremely isolating and scary”.

Tickets for the tour will go on Fan Pre-sale at 9am, Wednesday 21st February and General Sale at 9am, Friday 23rd February.

15May

Peace + whenyoung + ZUZU

Waterfront, Norwich

Peace are back with a brand new album, titled Kindness Is The New Rock And Roll’, released 4th May.

It's been three years since Peace were swelling up tents at festivals, turning guitar cynics into rock and roll dreamers with their indulgent mixture of romantic riffs, heart-shaped lyrics and dancing drum beats. After a blistering success with their 2015 follow-up LP 'Happy People' (their debut 'In Love' came out to rapturous hype in 2013), the band disappeared for two years, winding up at a farmhouse in the middle of a forest miles away from civilisation.   Now, they are back – as Peace 2.0; new label, new record and ready to reinvigorate their tribal young fanbase, one so loyal they’re known to sport Peace tattoos all over their bodies.

The band recently signed with Ignition Records, home to The Coral and Primal Scream, whilst re-signing publishing to the well-respected Communion stable.  Back at the aforementioned farmhouse in the depths of Herefordshire (a National Trust property in the middle of nowhere), the foursome wrote and wrote.  Having never spent so much as an hour in the countryside, singer Harry Koisser felt it was the most creative thing he’d ever done; “I was a total townie,” he says. “I spent six months out in an actual forest. It was very Hobbit-ish, very Hobbit-esque. Extremely isolating and scary”.

Tickets for the tour will go on Fan Pre-sale at 9am, Wednesday 21st February and General Sale at 9am, Friday 23rd February.

16May

KEIR + Swimming Girls

Camden Assembly , London

23-year-old singer and songwriter KEIR today releases his second single, and accompanying video, for track ‘Night & Day’. The track premiered on Dork and is available to buy and stream now from all digital partners via keir.lnk.to/NightAndDay. . Following on from his stand out debut track, ‘Squeeze Me,’ which saw Keir reach number eight in the Spotify Viral Chart, ‘Night & Day’ is another daring slice of soulful pop-rock. ‘Night & Day’ showcases Keir’s viceral vocal talent and songwriting that burns with fervent purity. On the track, Keir reflects, “‘Night & Day’ is about the sudden changes that happen in relationships; between you and the person you once thought understood you. It’s about being able to love yourself again after it all ends and knowing that you don’t need anyone else to help validate you.” Shot by Keir and Tom Forsey, the music video features scenes of everyday life – from family to onstage and all the places in between. It includes Keir’s band, his mum, dad, grandparents and friends: the people who make up a day in the life of Keir. Hailing from Bristol, Keir first caught the eye of critics after performing live for BBC Introducing at Maida Vale and subsequently gained traction at a series of unforgettable early live performances at The Great Escape, Secret Garden Party and Glastonbury; he also supported The Drums on tour in October 2017 which culminated in a sold out show at London’s 02 Shepherds Bush Empire. He then followed with a London headline date at a sold out Waiting Rooms in December. January 2018 saw Keir tour Europe with his first headline European show taking place at the Sugar Factory in Amsterdam, followed by two slots at Eurosonic Festival. Keir brings his incredible live show back to UK for a headline tour in April, culminating in a show at London’s Omeara on the 26th April

16May

Peace + whenyoung

O2 Forum Kentish Town, London

Peace are back with a brand new album, titled Kindness Is The New Rock And Roll’, released 4th May.

It's been three years since Peace were swelling up tents at festivals, turning guitar cynics into rock and roll dreamers with their indulgent mixture of romantic riffs, heart-shaped lyrics and dancing drum beats. After a blistering success with their 2015 follow-up LP 'Happy People' (their debut 'In Love' came out to rapturous hype in 2013), the band disappeared for two years, winding up at a farmhouse in the middle of a forest miles away from civilisation.   Now, they are back – as Peace 2.0; new label, new record and ready to reinvigorate their tribal young fanbase, one so loyal they’re known to sport Peace tattoos all over their bodies.

The band recently signed with Ignition Records, home to The Coral and Primal Scream, whilst re-signing publishing to the well-respected Communion stable.  Back at the aforementioned farmhouse in the depths of Herefordshire (a National Trust property in the middle of nowhere), the foursome wrote and wrote.  Having never spent so much as an hour in the countryside, singer Harry Koisser felt it was the most creative thing he’d ever done; “I was a total townie,” he says. “I spent six months out in an actual forest. It was very Hobbit-ish, very Hobbit-esque. Extremely isolating and scary”.

Tickets for the tour will go on Fan Pre-sale at 9am, Wednesday 21st February and General Sale at 9am, Friday 23rd February.

19May

Peace + whenyoung

Engine Rooms, Southampton

Peace are back with a brand new album, titled Kindness Is The New Rock And Roll’, released 4th May.

It's been three years since Peace were swelling up tents at festivals, turning guitar cynics into rock and roll dreamers with their indulgent mixture of romantic riffs, heart-shaped lyrics and dancing drum beats. After a blistering success with their 2015 follow-up LP 'Happy People' (their debut 'In Love' came out to rapturous hype in 2013), the band disappeared for two years, winding up at a farmhouse in the middle of a forest miles away from civilisation.   Now, they are back – as Peace 2.0; new label, new record and ready to reinvigorate their tribal young fanbase, one so loyal they’re known to sport Peace tattoos all over their bodies.

The band recently signed with Ignition Records, home to The Coral and Primal Scream, whilst re-signing publishing to the well-respected Communion stable.  Back at the aforementioned farmhouse in the depths of Herefordshire (a National Trust property in the middle of nowhere), the foursome wrote and wrote.  Having never spent so much as an hour in the countryside, singer Harry Koisser felt it was the most creative thing he’d ever done; “I was a total townie,” he says. “I spent six months out in an actual forest. It was very Hobbit-ish, very Hobbit-esque. Extremely isolating and scary”.

Tickets for the tour will go on Fan Pre-sale at 9am, Wednesday 21st February and General Sale at 9am, Friday 23rd February.

20May

PEACE + whenyoung

SWX, Bristol

Peace are back with a brand new album, titled Kindness Is The New Rock And Roll’, released 4th May.

It's been three years since Peace were swelling up tents at festivals, turning guitar cynics into rock and roll dreamers with their indulgent mixture of romantic riffs, heart-shaped lyrics and dancing drum beats. After a blistering success with their 2015 follow-up LP 'Happy People' (their debut 'In Love' came out to rapturous hype in 2013), the band disappeared for two years, winding up at a farmhouse in the middle of a forest miles away from civilisation.   Now, they are back – as Peace 2.0; new label, new record and ready to reinvigorate their tribal young fanbase, one so loyal they’re known to sport Peace tattoos all over their bodies.

The band recently signed with Ignition Records, home to The Coral and Primal Scream, whilst re-signing publishing to the well-respected Communion stable.  Back at the aforementioned farmhouse in the depths of Herefordshire (a National Trust property in the middle of nowhere), the foursome wrote and wrote.  Having never spent so much as an hour in the countryside, singer Harry Koisser felt it was the most creative thing he’d ever done; “I was a total townie,” he says. “I spent six months out in an actual forest. It was very Hobbit-ish, very Hobbit-esque. Extremely isolating and scary”.

Tickets for the tour will go on Fan Pre-sale at 9am, Wednesday 21st February and General Sale at 9am, Friday 23rd February.

21May

M Ward + ARI ROAR

Oslo, Hackney, London

22May

PEACE + whenyoung

Sub 89, Reading

Peace are back with a brand new album, titled Kindness Is The New Rock And Roll’, released 4th May.

It's been three years since Peace were swelling up tents at festivals, turning guitar cynics into rock and roll dreamers with their indulgent mixture of romantic riffs, heart-shaped lyrics and dancing drum beats. After a blistering success with their 2015 follow-up LP 'Happy People' (their debut 'In Love' came out to rapturous hype in 2013), the band disappeared for two years, winding up at a farmhouse in the middle of a forest miles away from civilisation.   Now, they are back – as Peace 2.0; new label, new record and ready to reinvigorate their tribal young fanbase, one so loyal they’re known to sport Peace tattoos all over their bodies.

The band recently signed with Ignition Records, home to The Coral and Primal Scream, whilst re-signing publishing to the well-respected Communion stable.  Back at the aforementioned farmhouse in the depths of Herefordshire (a National Trust property in the middle of nowhere), the foursome wrote and wrote.  Having never spent so much as an hour in the countryside, singer Harry Koisser felt it was the most creative thing he’d ever done; “I was a total townie,” he says. “I spent six months out in an actual forest. It was very Hobbit-ish, very Hobbit-esque. Extremely isolating and scary”.

Tickets for the tour will go on Fan Pre-sale at 9am, Wednesday 21st February and General Sale at 9am, Friday 23rd February.

23May

PEACE + whenyoung

Dryden Street Social, Leicester

Peace are back with a brand new album, titled Kindness Is The New Rock And Roll’, released 4th May.

It's been three years since Peace were swelling up tents at festivals, turning guitar cynics into rock and roll dreamers with their indulgent mixture of romantic riffs, heart-shaped lyrics and dancing drum beats. After a blistering success with their 2015 follow-up LP 'Happy People' (their debut 'In Love' came out to rapturous hype in 2013), the band disappeared for two years, winding up at a farmhouse in the middle of a forest miles away from civilisation.   Now, they are back – as Peace 2.0; new label, new record and ready to reinvigorate their tribal young fanbase, one so loyal they’re known to sport Peace tattoos all over their bodies.

The band recently signed with Ignition Records, home to The Coral and Primal Scream, whilst re-signing publishing to the well-respected Communion stable.  Back at the aforementioned farmhouse in the depths of Herefordshire (a National Trust property in the middle of nowhere), the foursome wrote and wrote.  Having never spent so much as an hour in the countryside, singer Harry Koisser felt it was the most creative thing he’d ever done; “I was a total townie,” he says. “I spent six months out in an actual forest. It was very Hobbit-ish, very Hobbit-esque. Extremely isolating and scary”.

Tickets for the tour will go on Fan Pre-sale at 9am, Wednesday 21st February and General Sale at 9am, Friday 23rd February.

24May

PEACE + whenyoung

O2 Academy 2, Birmingham

Peace are back with a brand new album, titled Kindness Is The New Rock And Roll’, released 4th May.

It's been three years since Peace were swelling up tents at festivals, turning guitar cynics into rock and roll dreamers with their indulgent mixture of romantic riffs, heart-shaped lyrics and dancing drum beats. After a blistering success with their 2015 follow-up LP 'Happy People' (their debut 'In Love' came out to rapturous hype in 2013), the band disappeared for two years, winding up at a farmhouse in the middle of a forest miles away from civilisation.   Now, they are back – as Peace 2.0; new label, new record and ready to reinvigorate their tribal young fanbase, one so loyal they’re known to sport Peace tattoos all over their bodies.

The band recently signed with Ignition Records, home to The Coral and Primal Scream, whilst re-signing publishing to the well-respected Communion stable.  Back at the aforementioned farmhouse in the depths of Herefordshire (a National Trust property in the middle of nowhere), the foursome wrote and wrote.  Having never spent so much as an hour in the countryside, singer Harry Koisser felt it was the most creative thing he’d ever done; “I was a total townie,” he says. “I spent six months out in an actual forest. It was very Hobbit-ish, very Hobbit-esque. Extremely isolating and scary”.

Tickets for the tour will go on Fan Pre-sale at 9am, Wednesday 21st February and General Sale at 9am, Friday 23rd February.

SOLD OUT
30May

Bully + DUDE YORK

Moth Club, London

SOLD OUT
30May

Sam Brockington

The Louisiana , Bristol

Sam started his solo career in Melbourne, Australia, busking in the day and working on the bar by night. Moving back to England, and away from the sleepy hills of Devon he found himself at university in the culturally and musically diverse city of Bristol. 

From here Sam’s career started to gain momentum and states some personal highlights as Glastonbury Festival, BBC 6 Music Radio play and his Sold-out EP launch at the Crofters Rights. 

Known for his profound and intriguing lyrics, Sam works around subjects including a fascination for the sea, reflection upon his troubles with a severe leg injury and love lost and found. His beautiful lyrics combined with indie/folk style of guitar give his songs a pained yet charming quality.

30May

The Breeders + Pip Blom

The Roundhouse, London

SOLD OUT
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