Dinosaur Pile-Up announce album, UK tour and ticket details

Leeds rockers set for September album release

Dinosaur Pile-up have announced that they will release their debut album in September – when they will also head out on a UK tour.

The band, led by singer/guitarist Matt Bigland, now features live players Harry Johns (vocals/bass) and Mike Shiels (drums) after the original rhythm section, comprised of Steve Wilson and Tom Dunford, recently left the set-up.

Bigland recorded the album himself, playing all the instruments. It will be named ‘Growing Pains’ and will be preceded by a new single, ‘Birds And Planes’, on July 26.

The tracklisting of ‘Growing Pains’ is:

‘Birds & Planes’
‘Never That Together’
‘Mona Lisa’
‘Broken Knee’
‘Hey Man’
‘My Rock ‘N’ Roll’
‘Maybe It’s You’
‘Love To Hate Me’
‘Hey You’
‘All Around The World’

Dinosaur Pile-up will play:

York Stereo (September 13)
Manchester Ruby Lounge (14)
Nottingham Bodega Social Club (15)
Bristol Cooler (16)
London KCLSU (17)
Exeter Timepiece (19)
Birmingham Hare & Hounds (20)
Liverpool Masque (21)
Edinburgh Electric Circus (22)
Glasgow King Tut’s (23)
Leeds Cockpit (24)
Stoke Sugarmill (27)
Brighton Coalition (28)
Cambridge Haymakers (29)
Sheffield Plug (30)
Crewe The Box (October 1)

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