London residency sells out in three hours but major tour dates announced...

Kula Shaker have announced an 11-date tour of the UK to promote their forthcoming album ‘Peasants, Pigs And Astronauts’, to be released on March 8 through Columbia.

The tour calls at: Leeds Town & Country (March 10) Middlesbrough Town Hall (11) Glasgow Barrowlands (13) Manchester Academy (17) Wolverhampton Civic Hall (18) Bristol Colston Hall (19) Liverpool Royal Court (20) Derby Assembly Hall (22) Guildford Civic Hall (23) Cambridge Corn Exchange (24) London Brixton Academy (26).

Support will be announced over the next few weeks.


The band’s four residency shows at London’s 100 Club from March 2-5 sold out within three hours of tickets going on sale. The band are renaming the venue ‘The 108 Club’ for the duration of the residency. The number 108 is believed by Hare Krishnas to be invested with spiritual significance. A track entitled ‘108 Battles’ features on their new album.

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