The Cribs add dates to October UK tour

Band released sixth album 'For All My Sisters' in March

The Cribs have added dates to their UK tour scheduled for later this year.

The Wakefield band, who released their sixth album ‘For All My Sisters’ in March, had already announced shows in London and Glasgow during October, and have now confirmed gigs in Newcastle, Manchester, Sheffield, Bristol, Nottingham, Oxford and Portsmouth. See the full dates below.

Announcing the news, the group wrote on Facebook: “Finally! We are insanely excited to announce that we will be doing a full UK tour this October, the first real tour since the release of ‘For All My Sisters’.”

“So, of course we are completely pent up, wound up, and ready to explode. Which means this will be our best tour ever, naturally.”

“Special guests to be announced ASAP. But rest assured that they’re gonna rock, man. Looking forward to seeing you all, friends.”

Tickets go on general sale this Friday (August 14). The Cribs will play:

Newcastle O2 Academy (October 19)
Glasgow Barrowland (20)
Manchester Albert Hall (21)
Sheffield O2 Academy (24)
Bristol O2 Academy (25)
Nottingham Rock City (26)
London Roundhouse (28)
Oxford O2 Academy (29)
Portsmouth Pyramid Centre (30)

‘For All My Sisters’ followed 2012’s ‘In The Belly Of The Brazen Bull’.

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Speaking to NME recently, The Cribs hit out against the UK’s “old school dinosaurs” with a “grudge” against the trio. Frontman Ryan Jarman expressed his view that the band have to battle against many detractors, saying, “We’re one of those bands who have seeped into public consciousness just by being around such a long time. There are still some old school dinosaurs in the UK who just have a grudge against us. They just don’t give us a chance to get bigger or actively block it… so we just have to put out another record that’s better than the last one.”

Jarman also discussed difficulties the band faced during their three-year absence prior to their new LP. “It had become so destructive, so completely negative. It became unhealthy, absolutely,” Jarman said, relating to recent personal struggles. “I just remember at first I wasn’t leaving the house for ages. I had quite a lot of social anxiety. There were loads of other things going on as well, a lot of unhealthy things happening.”

Watch The Cribs discuss their new album in a video interview with NME below.