The Amazing Snakeheads announce UK tour

The band will release their debut album 'Amphetamine Ballads' on April 14

 The Amazing Snakeheads announce UK tour

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The Amazing Snakeheads have announced details of a UK and Irish tour this spring.

The band will play a number of dates on the stretch, which will begin in Glasgow on March 28 and will continue through to a date at Ramsgate Music Hall in Kent on May 17. They then head off for dates around Europe before returning to the UK to play Secret Garden Party, which takes place on the weekend of July 24 to 27.

The Glasgow band will release their debut album 'Amphetamine Ballads' on April 14. Talking about the LP, singer Dale Barclay told NME: "I genuinely don't know where the music comes from. How I play music – live or in the studio – it is what it is and I struggle to know where it comes from. There's been a lot of things written about the band, people say we're angry and things like that – but to me it's just us. There's a hell of a lot of joy in the music."

The Amazing Snakeheads will play:

Glasgow Late Nights in Broadcast (March 28)
Edinburgh Sneaky Pete’s (30)
London Bethnal Green Working Mens Club (April 3)
London Barfly (22)
Glasgow Late Nights in Broadcast (25)
Belfast Voodoo (29)
Dublin Whelan's (30)
Liverpool Sound City Festival (May 1)
Manchester Roadhouse (2)
Live At Leeds (3)
Preston 53 Degrees (7)
Birmingham The Sunflower Lounge (8)
Bristol Start The Bus (13)
London Dingwalls (14)
Bournemouth 60 Million Postcards (15)
Reading Oakford Social Club (16)
Kent Ramsgate Music Hall (17)


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