ALL THE YOUNG EXTENSIVE UK TOUR TO COMMENCE IN NOVEMBER

ALL THE YOUNG EXTENSIVE UK TOUR TO COMMENCE IN NOVEMBER

Follow their recent Somerset House show with The Enemy, the V Festival, an Australian tour and other dates with Morrissey, Kaiser Chiefs, The Courteneers, The Wombats, HardFi and The Pigeon Detectives, Stoke-on-Trent quintet All The Young will hit the road this November for an extensive UK tour:

 

November

 

22nd – Wrexham, Central Station

23rd – Stoke-on-Trent, The Sugarmill

24th – Bristol, Start The Bus

26th – Cambridge, Portland Arms

27th – Northampton, Roadmender

28th – Brighton, Coalition

29th – Guildford, The Boileroom

 

December

 

1st – Manchester, Night & Day Café

2nd – Birmingham, O2 Academy 3

3rd– Wigan, Independence

4th – York, Fibbers

5th – Leeds, Brudenell Social Club

7th – Hull, Fruit

8th – Edinburgh, Electric Circus

 

There’s a strident sense of defiance and flair throughout the band’s debut album ‘Welcome Home’ which was released earlier this year on 14th Floor Records, the kind of fist-pumping fodder that festival crowds were custom-built for. The album includes the band’s introductory track ‘The First Time’ which introduced them with a driving onslaught of churning bourbon-soaked chords and cloud-bursting hopeful melodies, as well as other singles ‘Welcome Home’, ‘Quiet Night In’ and ‘The Horizon’.

 

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“Those present will be able to say they were there when the new guitar revolution kicked off.” – NME live review

 

“All The Young bring a touch of second album Clash and mid-period Maniacs to their rousing, anthemic songs” – Sunday Times Culture

 

“Cut from the same cloth as early-era Oasis and any-era Doves, there is barely a moment here that doesn’t contain an instantly memorable melody.” – Rolling Stone

 

“Set to ensnare a new generation of indie-heads.” – The Daily Star

 

“I loved it because it reminded me of the early Smiths days.” – Morrissey on All The Young’s gig at the Proud Galleries

 

“The Horizon and Welcome Home are soaring, chorus-bolstered rock songs that speak of small-town suffocation and escape.” – Q

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