The Wakefield trio will return on November 13 with their first album since 2017’s ’24-7 Rock Star Shit’, with ‘Night Network’ set to be released through Sonic Blew/[PIAS].
The Cribs have already announced a set of tour dates for June 2021 in support of ‘Night Network’, but they are now aiming to make a return to the live stage in 2020 with a socially distanced show on November 15.
Taking place in association with Banquet Records, the all-seated gig will be held at Pryzm in Kingston Upon Thames. Groups of up to six people can be seated at each socially distanced table (either a private group of up to six people or two couples per table), with a limited run of tickets — set to go on sale at 11am tomorrow (October 9) — being made available.
OK, we’ve all waited long enough for this…we are gonna play a SOCIALLY DISTANCED SHOW on November 15th, thanks to the hard work and efforts of our friends @BanquetRecords! VERY limited tickets. On sale tomorrow at 11am.
LET’S DO THIS! https://t.co/Wv8Gg238qw
— The Cribs (@thecribs) October 8, 2020
Banquet say that the date of the gig is subject to change “pending government / NIHP guidance around the coronavirus outbreak”. Punters will have to supply a phone number when booking tickets to be used for the Test & Trace system if necessary.
You can find out all of the ticket information here.
Last month The Cribs released their track ‘I Don’t Know Who I Am’, marking their second collaboration with Sonic Youth‘s Lee Ranaldo after 2007’s ‘Be Safe’.