Otherkin Share ‘React’ Live Session & Announce Radio 1 ‘Album of the Week’

Otherkin Share ‘React’ Live Session & Announce Radio 1 ‘Album of the Week’

SHARE LIVE SESSION OF

REACT

TAKEN FROM UPCOMING DEBUT ALBUM ‘OK’

OUT 29TH SEPTEMBER

Blistering garage punks’” The Guardian

Ferocious anthemsNME

A hook-filled thrasherConsequence of Sound

 

Otherkin have today share their live session for React, taken from huge debut album OK, out 29th September, and announce their ‘Album of the Week’ slot on Huw Stephens’ Radio 1 show next week.

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2017 has seen the Dubliners make their Download debut, tear through Reading & Leeds and support Guns N’ Roses. The pop punks were championed by Metallica’s Lars Ulrich on his Beats1 radio show and have completed three UK tours – one headline, one with The Amazons and a third with punk legends the Dead Kennedys.

 

Otherkin will be taking their raucous live show out on a mammoth set of tour dates as both special guests of INHEAVEN in the UK and a headline tour (all dates below).

 

Album Artwork

UK TOUR DATES:

30th September – Think Tank, Newcastle, UK *

1st October – King Tuts, Glasgow, UK *

2nd October – Brudenell Social, Leeds, UK *

4th October – The Plug, Sheffield, UK *

5th October – Sugarmill, Stoke-On-Trent, UK *

6th October – Buyers Club, Liverpool, UK *

9th October – Mama Roux’s, Birmingham, UK *

* Supporting INHEAVEN

22nd October – Deaf Institute, Manchester, UK

23rd October – Crofters Rights, Bristol, UK

24th October – Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff, UK

25th October – Face Bar, Reading, UK

26th October – Camden Assembly, London, UK

28th October – Forum Basement, Tunbridge Wells, UK

29th October – Hope & Ruin, Brighton, UK

 

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