Nottingham's finest return...

Tindersticks are to release a brand new four-track EP in May followed by their sixth studio album.

The ‘Don’t Even Go There’ EP is the band’s first new material since the release of the ‘Can Our Love’ LP in 2001. The four new songs are ‘Trying To Find A Home’, ‘Sexual Funk’, ‘Everything Changes’ and ‘I Want You’. It’s out on May 5 through Beggars Banquet.

A new LP from Tindersticks, ‘Waiting For The Moon’, follows on June 2.


The group will tour the UK around the album’s release. The jaunt includes three shows at London’s Royal Court Theatre, the first ‘rock’ shows ever performed at the illustrious venue.

The tour calls at:

London Royal Court Theatre (May 29,30,31)

Edinburgh Queen’s Hall (June 2)

Manchester The Lowry (June 3)

Leeds City Varieties (June 4)


Brighton Old Market (June 5)

Salisbury Arts Centre (June 6)

Bristol St Georges (June 7)

Nottingham Albert Hall (June 8)

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