Bobby Gillespie and his band will hit the road in November
Primal Scream have announced details of a new UK tour.
The Glaswegian five-piece, who released their 11th studio album ‘Chaosmosis’ earlier this year, will embark on a string of shows in November and December.
The group, who are led by Bobby Gillespie, formed in 1982 and released their debut album ‘Sonic Flower Groove’ in 1987. Their third album ‘Screamadelica’ was their first commercially successful record and is considered one of the best of the ‘90s.
Primal Scream collaborated with US pop singer Sky Ferreira on recent single ‘Where The Light Gets In’. They were forced to cancel several European shows this summer after Gillespie fell off stage and suffered minor back injuries.
The group will kick off their latest run of dates in Edinburgh on November 21, before visiting Motherwell, Inverness, Kilmarnock, Dunfermline, Liverpool, Stoke, Birmingham, Cambridge, Bristol, Oxford, Sheffield, Nottingham, Portsmouth and Brighton. The tour concludes in London on December 15.
Primal Scream will play:
Edinburgh, Usher Hall (November 21)
Motherwell, Concert Hall (November 22) Inverness, Ironworks (November 23)
Kilmarnock, Grand Hall (November 25)
Dunfermline, Alhambra (November 26)
Liverpool, The Olympia (November 27)
Stoke, Keele University (December 3)
Birmingham, O2 Institute (December 4)
Cambridge, Junction (December 5)
Bristol, O2 Academy (December 7)
Oxford, O2 Academy (December 8)
Sheffield, Plug (December 10)
Nottingham, Rock City (December 11)
Portsmouth, Pyramids Centre (December 13) Brighton, Dome (December 14)
London, O2 Academy Brixton (December 15)