Thurston Moore’s Chelsea Light Moving to play first UK shows this summer

Sonic Youth man's new band will play London, Leeds and Bristol in June

Thurston Moore’s new band Chelsea Light Moving will play their first UK shows in June.

The band will tour Europe this summer, calling in at London, Leeds and Bristol. They have also been lined up for Yoko Ono’s meltdown, which takes places across June at London’s Southbank Centre.

Chelsea Light Moving is Moore’s first project since Sonic Youth went on hiatus after he split with his wife and bandmate Kim Gordon in 2011. As well as Moore, the band features Keith Moore on guitar, Samara Lubelski on bass and John Moloney on drums. They released their debut album ‘ Chelsea Light Moving’ on March 5.


Chelsea Light Moving will play:

London, Village Underground (June 14)
Dublin, Whelans (16)
Bristol, The Fleece (17)
Leeds, Brudenell Social Club (18)
London, Meltdown Festival (19)

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