Jeremy Warmsley, Ox.Eagle.Lion.Man for Transgressive tour

Plus Absentee and Liam Finn to perform

Jeremy Warmsley, Ox.Eagle.Lion.Man for Transgressive tour
Jeremy Warmsley, Ox.Eagle.Lion.Man, Esser, Absentee, So So Modern and Liam Finn are set to perform as part of a forthcoming Transgressive Records tour.

The jaunt, billed as the Transgressive Hot Summer Tour, will begin on July 4. The acts are set to appear in various different orders of line-ups throughout the tour. Details of the line-ups for each gig can be seen below.

At the gigs each band or solo artist will perform for 30 minutes, with short turnaround times between the different acts.

The gigs will be open to those aged 14 and over, apart from the Manchester leg (which is 18+) and the shows in Liverpool, Brighton and Glasgow (which are 16+).

The Transgressive Hot Summer Tour calls at:

Oxford Zodiac (July 4): Jeremy Warmsley, Esser, Absentee, So So Modern
Leicester Charlotte (5): Jeremy Warmsley, Liam Finn, Esser, Ox.Eagle.Lion.Man, So So Modern
Nottingham Bodega (6): Jeremy Warmsley, Liam Finn, Esser, So So Modern, Absentee
Sheffield Plug (7): Jeremy Warmsley, Ox.Eagle.Lion.Man, Esser, So So Modern, Liam Finn
Leeds Brudenell (9): Jeremy Warmsley, Ox.Eagle.Lion.Man, Liam Finn, Esser, So So Modern
Manchester Night & Day (10): Jeremy Warmsley, Ox.Eagle.Lion.Man, Liam Finn, Esser, So So Modern
Liverpool Academy 2 (11): Jeremy Warmsley, Absentee, Esser, So So Modern
Cardiff Ifor Bach (13): Jeremy Warmsley, Absentee, Liam Finn, Esser, So So Modern
Bristol Thekla (14): Jeremy Warmsley, Ox.Eagle.Lion.Man, Liam Finn, Esser, So So Modern
Birmingham Bar Academy (15): Jeremy Warmsley, Ox.Eagle.Lion.Man, Liam Finn, Esser, So So Modern
London Cross Kings (16): Jeremy Warmsley, Liam Finn, Esser, So So Modern, Special Guests
Brighton Audio (17): Jeremy Warmsley, Absentee, Liam Finn, Esser, So So Modern
Glasgow King Tuts Wah Wah Hut (19): Jeremy Warmsley, Absentee, Liam Finn, Esser

To check the availability of Transgressive Hot Summer Tour tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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