NME New Breed Tour 2014 – Dumb to support Superfood in Birmingham

Band will open up for headliners plus Honeyblood at The Oobleck on October 31

The final support slot on the NME New Breed Tour 2014 has been filled, with Dumb set to support Superfood and Honeyblood in Birmingham.

The local band will open up for both Superfood and Honeyblood (pictured right) at The Ooblek venue in Birmingham on October 31. The NME New Breed Tour 2014 takes place in October and November with one band, handpicked by NME and Superfood, set to open the show in each city.

After the Birmingham gig, Superfood and Honeyblood arrive in Honeyblood’s home town of Glasgow where Roxy Agogo will support.

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The tour will then move on to Leeds, Norwich, Oxford, Manchester, Bristol and London before concluding in Brighton at The Haunt on November 12 where Demob Happy will open.

The full list of support bands and the cities in which they will be playing is as follows:


Birmingham – Dumb
Oxford – Orange Vision
Leeds – Post War Glamour Girls
Norwich – Claws
Brighton – Demob Happy
Bristol – Spectres
Manchester – Man Made
Glasgow – Roxy Agogo
London – Bad Sounds

Tickets for all dates are available now.

The NME New Breed Tour is as follow:

Birmingham The Oobleck (October 31)
Glasgow King Tuts (November 1)
Leeds Brudenell (3)
Norwich Epic Studios (4)
Oxford o2 Academy (5)
Manchester Deaf Institute (6)
Bristol Louisiana (10)
London Dingwalls (11)
Brighton Haunt (12)

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Last year’s NME Radar Tour saw Cerebral Ballzy joined on the road by Fat White Family, The Bohicas and The Amazing Snakeheads. See below for behind the scenes video from the tour now.

The Monster NME Radar Tour In Blistering Pictures
https://link.brightcove.com/services/player/?bctid=3125649445001

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