April 5, 2007 14:01

The Young Knives and Larrikin Love to headline roadshow

Transgressive Records to host live spectacular

The Young Knives and Larrikin Love to headline roadshow
The Young Knives and Larrikin Love are set to headline the forthcoming Trangressive Roadshow.

The all-nighters take place at the beginning of May, and will see support from Battle Foals, Jeremy Warmsley, GoodBooks, Polytechnic, Absentee and Mechanical Bride.

The full line-ups are:

Glasgow Arches (May 9)

Larrikin Love
Battle
Foals
Jeremy Warmsley
GoodBooks
Polytechnic
Absentee


Birmingham Custard Factory (10)

Larrikin Love
Jeremy Warmsley
Battle
GoodBooks
Foals
Polytechnic
Absentee


Liverpool Carling Academy (11)

Young Knives
Battle
Polytechnic
GoodBooks
Jeremy Warmsley
Foals
Absentee


Bristol Anson Rooms (12)

Larrikin Love
Foals
GoodBooks
Battle
Jeremy Warmsley
Polytechnic
Absentee


Brighton Concorde 2 (18)

Foals
Battle
Mechanical Bride


To check ticket availability and get all the latest listings go to NME.COM/GIGS now.

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