The singer-songwriter's hardcore group will hit the road later this month
Frank Turner‘s Mongol Horde have announced their UK tour plans.
The band, who released their self-titled debut album last week, will play a nine-date tour later this month, kicking off at Birmingham The Institute – Library on June 19, with shows in Newcastle, Leeds, Bristol, Portsmouth, London, Nottingham and Manchester, finishing up on June 29 at Glasgow King Tuts. Scroll down for full dates.
‘Mongol Horde’ came out on May 26 through Xtra Mile Recordings and feature the songs ‘Casual Threats From Weekend Hardmen’, ‘How The Communists Ruined Christmas’, ‘Blistering Blue Barnacles’ and ‘Make Way’. The band will also be playing this summer’s Reading and Leeds Festivals, on the Lock Up stage.
Turner launched the band in August 2012 with gigs in London and Leeds as well as at Reading and Leeds Festivals. The band also features Turner’s former Million Dead bandmate Ben Dawson and Matt Nasir, who is a member of the singer’s current backing band The Sleeping Souls.
Mongol Horde will play:
Birmingham The Institute – Library (June 19)
Newcastle Academy 2 (20)
Leeds Cockpit (21)
Bristol Fleece (22)
Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms (23)
London Garage (25)
Nottingham Rock City Basement (27)
Manchester Academy 3 (28)
Glasgow King Tuts (29)