ANNOUNCE BIGGEST HEADLINE TOUR TO DATE
LENGTHY TRIP LINED UP FOR NOV / DEC
DEBUT SELF-TITLED ALBUM DUE SEPTEMBER 15th ON BIG SCARY MONSTERS / TANGLED TALK
Fresh from a summer hitting every corner of Europe and following their first US shows with The Wonder Years and The Story So Far in October, Gnarwolves will head out on their biggest headline tour to date. The Cornwall-via-Brighton trio will be on the road throughout November and December, taking in most of central Europe as well as an extensive run in the UK.
These will be the biggest headline shows of the band’s career following a momentous set opening the main stage of this year’s Reading and Leeds festivals. After thrashing their way through the country’s sweatboxes, this tour will see Gnarwolves headline at Camden, London’s legendary Underworld before finishing the tour in their hometown of Brighton at The Haunt.
UK dates can be found below with tickets to go on sale Wednesday 3rd September. Prawn and Public Domain (*) to support.
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30th November – Clwb ifor Bach, Cardiff
1st December – Cavern, Exeter
2nd December – Fleece, Bristol
3rd December – Talk, Birmingham
4th December – Kingston College, Kingston
5th December – Underworld, London*
6th December – Crauford Arms, Milton Keynes*
7th December – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham*
8th December – Audio, Glasgow*
9th December – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds*
10th December – Sound Control, Manchester*
11th December – Epic Studios, Norwich*
12th December – The Haunt, Brighton*
News of this tour comes two weeks prior to the release of their upcoming self-titled debut album. Of the record guitarist/vocalist Thom Weeks says “lyrically, the songs are snapshots of my own neurosis, trying to capture those moments where you stop being rational and become a slave to your own thought process. The moments where you think you’ve completely fucked everything, before you speak to someone and they put life back into perspective.”
The self-titled record will be available on 15th September through Big Scary Monsters / Tangled Talk