Glasvegas have announced a series of small acoustic shows across the UK to place at the end of the year.
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The Glaswegian band will perform stripped-back versions of some of their back catalogue in London, Manchester, Irvine, Hartlepool, and Carlisle in December.
Announcing the gigs on their social media pages, the group said: “Absolutely buzzing to let yous know we are taking our intimate acoustic shows to London and Manchester this December!! […] Going to be pure magic!”
Absolutely buzzing to let yous know we are taking our intimate acoustic show to LONDON and MANCHESTER this December!!…
Tickets for the gigs are on sale now. Glasvegas will play:
7 – London, 100 Club
8 – Manchester, Soup Kitchen (Buy tickets)
12 – Irvine, Harbour Arts Centre
13 – Hartlepool, Town Hall Theatre
14 – Carlisle, Old Fire Station
Glasvegas last released an album in 2013 with their third record, ‘Later… When The TV Turns To Static’.
“When we were making the album, something had already been made of [breakthrough single] ‘Daddy’s Gone’, and there was probably quite a lot of anxiety from the label when we started recording the album,” he told NME. “There was a lot of pressure that they didn’t want it to go wrong. People believed that there was a chance that this could be a special thing, so we didn’t want to fuck it up.”