Twenty years since the band first formed…

THE WEDDING PRESENT have reunited for a new album and tour.

Band lynchpin David Gedge has re-grouped the indie icons after an eight year hiatus working with partner Sally Murrell as Cinerama.

Now, almost 20 years after the band first formed, they’re back with a new album ‘Take Fountain’, out on Valentine’s Day 2005.

The new line up features Gedge, Wedding Present veteran Simon Cleve on guitar, plus bassist Terry Decastro and Kari Pavlovaa on drums.

The band will play the following dates next year:

Belfast Spring and Airbrake (February 16)

Galway Cuba (17)

Cork Cypress Ave (18)

Dublin Village (19)

Liverpool Academy (20)

Manchester Academy (21)

Colchester Arts Centre (22)

Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms (23)

Brighton Concorde 2 (24)

Oxford Zodiac (25)

Sheffield Leadmill (26)

Bristol Fleece and Firkin (27)

Birmingham Academy (28)

Nottingham Rescue Rooms (March 1)

Newcastle University (2)

Dundee Reading Rooms (3)

Glasgow King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut (4)

Stoke Sugarmill (5)

Leeds Metropolitan University (6)

Norwich Arts Centre (7)

Northampton Roadmenders (8)

London Forum (April 6)


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