MACHINE FUN!

The band will be worshipped at the Sonic Cathedral - and then they hit the road...

MACHINE FUN!
Hotly tipped nu-gazers ENGINEERS set out on a UK tour in support of their self-titled debut album next month, after a special show at the second of LONDON’s shoegazing revival night SONIC CATHEDRAL.


The band appear at the club, which is held at The Legion, 348 Old Street, London EC1 on February 24 before heading off around the country.


The tour continues at the following venues:


Southampton Joiners (March 1)
Brighton Pressure Point (2)
Northampton Soundhaus (3)
Bristol Louisiana (Club Metropolis) (4)
Nottingham Social (6)
Leeds Cockpit (7)
Glasgow King Tut’s (8)
Manchester Night & Day (9)
Liverpool Barfly (10)
Cardiff Barfly (12)
Birmingham Bar Academy (13)
London Islington Bar Academy (14)


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‘Engineers’ is released on March 7, preceded by a single ‘Forgiveness’ on February 21.

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