October 29, 2013 12:47
The Bohicas and Fat White Family added to Monster NME Radar Tour
The bands will join headliners Cerebal Ballzy and The Amazing Snakeheads
The bands will join headliners Cerebral Ballzy and The Amazing Snakeheads on the stretch. The Bohicas will play on 15 – 21 November on the stint, while Fat White Family (pictured right) will play 22 – 27 November.
Taking place throughout November, the tour will start in Cambridge on November 15 and visit Coventry, Liverpool, Sheffield, Edinburgh, Manchester, London, Brighton, Nottingham, Bristol, Birmingham and Southampton before winding up in Leeds on November 27.
Cerebral Ballzy will release their second album 'Jaded & Faded' before the end of 2013, having worked with producer Dave Sitek (TV On The Radio, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Beady Eye) on the release. New Domino Records signings The Amazing Snakeheads have been labelled by NME as "Scotland's most exciting new band".
Speaking about the tour, Cerebral Ballzy frontman Honor Titus says: "We’re super psyched to be back out there."
Matt Wilkinson, NME's new music editor, says: "Having seen both Cerebral Ballzy and The Amazing Snakeheads rip up stages countless times, I'm of the opinion that this will be the most thrilling and chaotic new bands tour NME has been involved in for years. It's American garage rock meets snotty-nosed British punk, and I'm proud for us to be a part of it as we continue to support the very best in new music."
To get tickets for the Monster NME Radar Tour, go to NME.COM/tickets.
The NME Radar Tour 2013 will visit:
Cambridge, Portland Arms (November 15)
Coventry, Kasbah (16)
Liverpool, East Village Arts Club (17)
Sheffield, Leadmill (18)
Edinburgh, Electric Circus (19)
Manchester, Deaf Institute (20)
London, Hoxton B&K (21)
Brighton, Bermuda Triangle (22)
Nottingham, Rock City Basement (23)
Bristol, Exchange (24)
Birmingham, Hare and Hounds (25)
Southampton, Joiners (26)
Leeds, Cockpit (27)
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