April 28, 2014 18:47

The Family Rain announce June tour plans

The Walter siblings will play six shows following the release of their new single 'Don't Waste Your Time' on May 12

The Family Rain announce June tour plans

Photo: Andy Hughes/NME

The Family Rain are set to embark on a short tour of the UK this June.

The Bad Weather tour kicks off at Birmingham Hare and Hounds on June 4, before shows in Leeds, Manchester, Glasgow and Bath, finishing up at London Dingwalls on June 12. The band, who released their debut album 'Under The Volcano' on February 3 look set to play new material during the shows, after recently spending time in the studio with producer Tom Dalgety. Will Walter of the band says: "We are itching to get out on this tour. It will be our first run of dates in a while. We have been working on new material in the studio and can't wait to add some to the set. We have a few new tricks and surprises to bang out. Let's hope the weather is good."

The band release their new single 'Don't Waste Your Time' on May 12. Scroll down to watch the video.

The Bath trio, which consists of brothers Will Walter (vocals & bass), Ollie Walter (guitar & backing vocals) and Tim Walter (drums & backing vocals) will play:

Birmingham Hare and Hounds (June 4)
Leeds Cockpit (5)
Manchester Night and Day (9)
Glasgow King Tuts (10)
Bath Komedia (11)
London Dingwalls (12)


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