Post-punkers The Pop Group announce first ever UK tour

The band will play seven UK shows this October

Post-punkers The Pop Group announce first ever UK tour

Photo: Press

Post-punk band The Pop Group have announced their first ever UK tour.

The Bristol group - who formed in 1978 and split in 1980 before getting back together again in 2010 - will head out on a seven date tour this October, in support of a October 20 reissue of their 1980 album 'We Are Time' and 'Cabinet of Curiosities’, a nine-track compilation of rarities and previously unreleased material.

The band will be performing 'We Are Time' in full on the tour, which starts at Edinburgh Voodoo Rooms on October 20, with shows in Nottingham, Manchester, Bristol, Leeds and Brighton, finishing up at London's Islington Assembly Hall on October 26. Tickets go on sale July 25.

The Pop Group will play:

Edinburgh Voodoo Rooms (October 20)
Nottingham Bodega Social Club (21)
Manchester Gorilla (22)
Bristol Anson Rooms (23)
Leeds Brudenell Social Club (24)
Brighton Sticky Mike's Frog Bar (25)
London Islington Assembly Hall (26)


To check the availability of The Pop Group tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0844 858 6765

Read More On This Artist

More News
Sly Stone awarded £3.3 million in unpaid royalties
Rage Against The Machine's Tim Commerford teams up with Lance Armstrong
Skrillex, Flying Lotus, FKA Twigs, Duran Duran added to Sónar festival bill
Former Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist John Frusciante to release acid house LP
Run The Jewels share 'Lie, Cheat, Steal' video - watch
Everything Everything: 'If you put out a record this year and it's all smiles, then...
Students launch petition to name east London University building after Wiley
Sinead O'Connor withdraws application to join Sinn Fein
Sleaford Mods back crowdfunded documentary 'about the band and state of modern Britain'
Björk on 'Vulnicura' album leak: 'There's no way to say how you'd...
Drenge on new album 'Undertow': 'One song just screams 'Fleetwood Mac'
Liam Howlett confident ahead of new Prodigy album: 'I've been feeling these new...
Taylor Swift tells hackers who claim to have nude pictures of her: 'you got nothing'
Noel Gallagher: 'new album is is full of songs that make you punch the air while crying'
Carl Barât says he 'needs therapy' now that his Libertines bandmate Pete Doherty is clean
The Cribs say new album is 'their poppiest record since 'Men's Needs, Women's...
Sam Smith responds after US DJ Howard Stern calls him a 'fat ugly motherfucker'
Tom DeLonge says Blink-182 'haven't talked in months'
Carl Barât & The Jackals announce one-off UK show
Blink-182's Mark Hoppus confirms conversations about replacing drummer Travis Barker did...
Faith No More announce release of new single 'Superhero'
L7 announce reunion and European gigs

More News

Comments

Please login to add your comment.

Latest Tickets - Booking Now
 
Know Your NME
 

 
NME Store & Framed Prints
Inside NME.COM