Boy Kill Boy hit the road

But before that there's a new single

Boy Kill Boy have announced details of a new single and a UK headline tour.

The band release ‘Civil Sin’ on July 31. It will be available on two CDs and 7”, with B-sides yet to be confirmed.

Additionally, the original version of ‘Civil Sin’, released as a limited edition single through the Fierce Panda label last year, will be made available digitally for the first time, along with a specially-recorded acoustic version of the track.


The band, currently on a US tour with The Charlatans, will play Oxegen (July 8), T In The Park (July 9) and The Carling Weekend: Reading and Leeds Festivals (August 25-27) this summer, before heading out on a UK tour this winter.

The dates are at:

Aberdeen Moshulu (October 9)

Preston 53 Degrees (10)

Newcastle University (11)

Sheffield Plug (14)


Glasgow ABC (15)

Edinburgh Queen’s Hall (16)

Manchester Ritz (17)

Birmingham Irish Centre (19)

Southampton University (20)

Bristol Bierkeller (22)

London Astoria (23)

Birmingham Corn Exchange (25)

Bournemouth Old Fire Station (26)

For ticket availability go to NME.COM/Gigs.


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