Slaves have announced dates for their first ever headline tour.
The duo head out on their own headline run with nine dates in May, ahead of the release of debut album ‘Are You Satisfied?’ on June 1.
Starting in Portsmouth on May 5, the band will visit London, Manchester, Glasgow, Newcastle, Bristol, Nottingham and Birmingham, before concluding the dates in Sheffield on May 19.
Announcing the dates on Twitter earlier today (March 2), Slaves told fans, “After three years of being a band we are finally doing a headline tour”.
Slaves are one of four bands currently touring the country as part of the NME Awards Tour 2015 with Austin, Texas, alongside headliners Palma Violets, Fat White Family and The Wytches, who stepped in after The Amazing Snakeheads pulled out of the dates.
Slaves will play:
Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms (May 5)
London Scala (6)
Manchester Gorilla (9)
Glasgow King Tut’s (10)
Newcastle The Cluny (11)
Bristol Thekla (13)
Nottingham Rescue Rooms (14)
Birmingham Library At The Institute (18)
Sheffield Leadmill (19)