The Young Knives to recruit local bands for tour

Band to play venues 'off the beaten track'

The Young Knives to recruit local bands for tour
The Young Knives are offering new bands a chance to win a supporting slot on their forthcoming 'Off The Beaten Track' tour.

The band has are looking for the best local talent to play with them when they tour the small towns and provinces not usually on the live circuit.

Bands who live near any of the dates can send their songs and demos to for a chance to get a slot at their local gig.

The Young Knives play the following dates:

Bradford St George's Hall (February 29)
Bath Moles (March 3)
Truro Tuck Shop @ L2 (4)
Plymouth University (5)
Gloucester Guildhall (6)
Hartlepool Escobar (14)
Stirling Fu Bar (15)
Aberdeen Moshulu (16)
Dundee Fat Sams (18)
Derby The Venue (20)
Tamworth Palace (21)
Swansea Sin City (22)
Dublin Whelan's (23)
Belfast Spring & Airbrake (24)
Wrexham Central Station (26)
Leicester University (27)
Crewe M Club (28)
Chatham Tap N Tin (29)
Southend Chinnery's (30)[/b]

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