Radkey announce UK tour

The Missouri punks to play their first headline tour

Radkey announce UK tour

Photo: Press/ Phil Knott

Radkey have announced details of their first UK tour.

The Missouri punks, who played their debut UK show at Download Festival last year (2013) before an end-of-year tour with Drenge, will play nine dates on the stretch.

Radkey released two EPs last year – 'Devil Fruit' and 'Cat & Mouse' and are currently in a studio in Kansas City recording an unnamed tour single, with the b-side a cover of Faith No More's track 'Digging The Grave'.

Speaking to NME recently, the band's Isaiah Radke told NME they want to record their debut LP in the UK. "We definitely want to do a full length album, and we want that album to change the world. Kind of like 'Nevermind' did."

"Out goal – like every band's goal – is to start something – start a wave of something, put rock music back in the front of things. We want to do something fucking huge, oh, Dave Grohl…"

Radkey will play:

London Sebright Arms (February 23)
Birmingham Hare and Hounds (24)
Nottingham Rock City (25)
Leeds Cockpit (26)
Glasgow King Tuts (28)
Newcastle The Cluny (March 1)
Manchester Night And Day (March 3)
Bristol Louisiana (March 4)
London 100 Club (March 5)


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