June 11, 2013 14:47

Merchandise announce first full UK tour - ticket details Merchandise Tickets

US band reveal 13 dates plus self-directed video for 'Total Night'

Merchandise have announced details of their first full UK headline tour.

The hotly-tipped US band, who previously came to the UK in May for a one-off London show and sets at The Great Escape festival, will play 13 gigs as well as festival dates at Reading & Leeds, Electric Picnic, End Of The Road and Bestival.

After kicking off in London on August 17, Merchandise will play shows in St. Albans, Birmingham, Glasgow, Manchester, Liverpool, Bedford, Cardiff, Bristol, Leeds, Sheffield and Oxford before ending in Brighton on September 6.

Additionally, the band have revealed a new self-directed video for their track 'Totale Night', which you can see at the top of the page. The video follows a self-directed short film called Rush Of Blood which the band made while working on their recent album of the same name.

Merchandise will play:

London The Hive Project (August 17)
St. Albans The Horn (19)
Birmingham The Hare And Hounds (20)
Glasgow Broadcast (21)
Manchester Deaf Institute (22)
Liverpool East Village Arts Club (24)
Bedford Esquires (26)
Cardiff The Globe (27)
Bristol The Fleece (September 2)
Leeds Brudenell Social Club (3)
Sheffield Queens Social Club (4)
Oxford Jericho Tavern (5)
Brighton The Haunt (6)


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