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Catfish and the Bottlemen have announced details of a UK tour to take place in October and November.
The band will hit the road on October 28 with a gig taking place at Exter Great Hall. After that, Van McCann and his bandmates will visit Cardiff, Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Birmingham, Nottingham, Cambridge and Southampton. There will also be two dates in Manchester at the O2 Apollo venue between November 3-4.
Speaking to NME in a recent interview, McCann talked up the band’s new album, “I think a little bomb will go off in the music industry and people will go ‘Who’s making all that racket?’” he said. “It’s miles better than the last album. The band’s 10 times better, the crew’s 10 times better and we’re all 10 times better looking.”
The band also recently unveiled the video for their new single ‘Hourglass’, which stars Ewan McGregor. The actor became friends with the group after they cut up clips of McGregor’s films and compiled them into a video for their song ‘Kathleen’. The sleeve for the single, out on June 22, was taken by McGregor’s daughter Clara.
Catfish And The Bottlemen will play:
Exeter, Great Hall (October 28)
Cardiff, Great Hall (October 29)
Aberdeen Music Hall (October 31)
Edinburgh, Corn Exchange (November 1)
Manchester, O2 Apollo (November 3-4)
Birmingham, O2 Academy (November 8)
Nottingham, Rock City (November 10)
Cambridge, Corn Exchange (November 11)
Southampton, O2 Guildhall (November 12)
Lower Than Atlantis, meanwhile, tour in December. The band released their latest album in October 2014 and appeared at Radio 1’s One Big Weekend in Norwich this past weekend (May 23-24).
Lower Than Atlantis will play:
Middlesborough, Empire (December 7)
Leeds, Beckett Students’ Union (December 8)
Nottingham, Rock City (December 10)
Bristol, O2 Academy (December 11)
Birmingham, Institute (December 12)
London, Roundhouse (December 14)
Manchester, Ritz (December 15)
Meanwhile, Lucy Rose will tour in October following the release of her new ‘Work It Out’ in July. The epic 23-date tour will see Rose start in Manchester on October 19 before playing dates in Bath, Cardiff, Glasgow, Leeds, Belfast and Liverpool among others. A homecoming gig at The Forum in London will end the tour on November 18.
Finally, Scott Weiland will be in the UK for a series of gigs with his band the Wildabouts in September. They will play gigs in London, Manchester and Brighton.
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