Reverend And The Makers announce acoustic tour and album recorded at The Libertines shows

Jon McClure promises ‘songs that don’t require people to bounce around like mad’

Reverend And The Makers have announced an acoustic tour for November, where they will be selling an exclusive album.

The album, ‘Berlin Sessions’, is an acoustic album which will only be available at the shows. It was recorded while the band supported The Libertines on tour in Germany in February.

Singer Jon McClure said the band were doing the tour, their first acoustic shows, before going to Thailand to record the follow-up to 2015’s album ‘Mirrors’.


McClure said: “The new album is well on its way, and we fly to Thailand to record it in just over a month. We’ve been asked for years to do something like this, so we thought we’d give it a go.”

He added: “It’ll make a change to see the whites of people’s eyes, and to play some songs that don’t require people to jump around like mad.” McClure said the shows would also see him telling various anecdotes, saying: “I love to chat shit.”

Tickets for the tour went on sale this morning (September 1).

Reverend And The Makers will play:
Glasgow King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut (November 12)
Newcastle Think Tank (13)
Liverpool Magnet (16)
Manchester Gorilla (17)
Sheffield Leadmill (18)
Hull Welly (20)
Norwich Waterfront Studio (21)
Coventry Cooper Rooms (22)