1990s confirm single details

Glaswegians are also set to hit the road with Kaiser Chiefs

Glaswegian three-piece 1990s have confirmed details of their next single.

The band will release ‘See You At The Lights’ on March 5, with their Bernard Butler-produced debut album to follow at the beginning of summer.

The group have also confirmed that they will support Kaiser Chiefs on their upcoming UK tour.


The Scots, who were personally selected by Kaiser Chiefs for the tour slot, will now play the biggest venues of their career, including Newcastle and Glasgow Academies.

1990s’ forthcoming tour dates are as follows:

London KOKO – NME Award Show with The Holloways (February 14)

Manchester Apollo – with Kaiser Chiefs (22)

Stoke Underground (23)

Wolverhampton Civic – with Kaiser Chiefs (25)


Newcastle Academy – with Kaiser Chiefs (27)

London Water Rats (March 1)

Brighton Pressure Point (2)

Southampton Joiners (3)

London Shepherds Bush Empire – with Kaiser Chiefs (4)

Bristol Thekla (5)

Newcastle Cluny (6)

Glasgow Academy – with Kaiser Chiefs (7)

Sheffield Leadmill (8)

Liverpool Academy 2 (9)

Cardiff University – with Kaiser Chiefs (10)

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