Black Acid drop in for UK live debut

Ex-Death In Vegas man launches new band

Black Acid, the new band formed in New York by former Death In Vegas man Richard Fearless with Oliver Ackermann from A Place To Bury Strangers, make their UK debut next week.

Following US dates supporting The Raveonettes, the band play a special Sonic Cathedral night at The Legion, Old Street, London EC1 on Bank Holiday Monday (May 5), with support from White Hills, Eat Lights; Become Lights, The TAP Collective and a DJ set from Fearless himself.

See Soniccathedral.co.uk for more information.

They then tour around the UK and Europe, calling at:

Glasgow Nice N Sleazy (May 6)

Manchester Roadhouse (7)

Dublin Crawdaddy (8)

Paris Nouveau Casino (9)

Barcelona Razzmattaz (10)

Brighton Engine Room (12)

London Luminaire (13)

To check ticket availability and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

Black Acid released their limited edition debut single, a double A-side featuring ‘FUR’ and ‘Glitter In The Gutter’, on Fitzrovian Phonographic last month.

Their self-titled debut album follows later in the year, but the first 25 people through the door at Sonic Cathedral will get a copy.