Summer Camp announce 2012 tour – ticket details

Jeremy Warmsley and Elizabeth Sankey will play eight UK shows in March

Summer Camp have announced plans for an eight-date tour of the UK next March.

Following last month’s release of their debut album, ‘Welcome To Condale’, the duo will hit the road on March 13, playing Bristol Louisiana before ending up at London Scala on March 21.

The London based act, made up of former anti-folk singer songwriter Jeremy Warmsley and Elizabeth Sankey worked with Pulp’s Steve Mackey to produce their 12 track album, which includes debut single ‘Ghost Train’, as well as song named after a character from 1990s teen drama My So-Called Life, ‘Brian Krakow’.


The duo part-financed their debut by offering mixtapes and homemade chocolate brownies to fans in exchange for contributions to the recording process.

Summer Camp play:

Bristol Louisiana (March 13)
Birmingham The Rainbow (14)
Norwich Arts Centre (15)
Manchester Night and Day (16)
Glasgow Captain’s Rest (17)
Sheffield The Harley (19)
Cambridge Portland Arms (20)
London Scala (21)

To check the availability of Summer Camp tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.


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