Duo release new album 'Key Markets' in July
Sleaford Mods have announced tour dates in support of new album ‘Key Markets’.
The duo release their latest album in July and have also today (June 1) revealed brand new song ‘Faces To Faces’, which is lifted from the album. Stream that song below, now.
After the release of ‘Key Markets’ Sleaford Mods will tour, playing their biggest headline gigs to date in a run of live dates that begins at Manchester Ritz on September 23 and ends at Nottingham Rock City on October 9.
“This is our first ‘posh’ tour; big bus, everything,” says frontman Jason Williamson. “It’s a big deal. Sleaford Mods at Rock City, The Forum, Manchester Ritz etc. Who would of thought it? Not fucking me.”
Sleaford Mods will play:
Manchester, Ritz (September 23)
Carlisle, Brickyard (24)
Newcastle, Northumbria Uni (25)
Leeds, Irish Centre (28)
Birmingham, Institute (29)
Cardiff, Y-Plan (October 1)
London, Forum (2)
Bristol, Bierkeller (4)
Bournemouth, Fire Station (5)
Brighton, The Old Market (6)
Cambridge, Junction (8)
Nottingham, Rock City (9)
‘Key Markets’, which will be released via Harbinger Sound, follows the Nottingham duo’s 2014 album ‘Divide and Exit’, one of NME’s Albums of 2014.
The album touches on “the delusion of grandeur and the pointlessness of government politics”, frontperson Jason Williamson said in a statement. He added: “It’s a classic. Fuck em.” Recorded in mid-late 2014, the record is named after a supermarket in Williamson’s hometown of Grantham.