ICYMI Slaves Announce Biggest UK Headline Tour This November

ICYMI Slaves Announce Biggest UK Headline Tour This November

DEBUT ALBUM ‘ARE YOU SATISFIED?’ OUT JUNE 1ST

NEW SINGLE ‘CHEER UP LONDON’ OUT SAME DAY

Ahead of the release of their hugely anticipated album ‘Are you Satisfied?’ two-piece punk provocateurs, Slaves announce their biggest headline tour to date. Taking in 11 cities across the UK expect live mayhem, chaotic crowd-surfing and frenzied yell-alongs for what is one of the best live shows of the year.

The two Tunbridge Wells punks have been winning over fans and critics alike with their scathing riffs and snarky vocals. Currently on their first sold out headline tour, which included 2 riotous sold out nights at London’s Scala, the band found time to record blistering covers of ‘Daft Punk’s playing at my house’ by LCD Sound System and ‘Shutdown’ by Skepta for Huw Stephens and Fearne Cotton’s R1 shows respectively.

Hardened by years of playing Britain’s toilet circuit Isaac and Laurie have become a ferocious live unit, both intimidating and entertaining in equal measures, with both of them enthusiastically spending as much time in the crowd as they do on stage. Their November tour sees them headlining in even bigger venues, including London’s legendary forum, which they played in March supporting Interpol.

Ticket presale  http://po.st/SlvsTix

UK NOVEMBER TOUR DATES:

 

14th Nov – Bristol – Anson Rooms

15th Nov – Student Union – Cardiff

16th Nov – Pyramids Centre – Portsmouth

18th Nov – Waterfront – Norwich

19th Nov – O2 ABC – Glasgow

20th Nov – Newcastle University – Newcastle

21st Nov – Ritz – Manchester

23rd Nov – Becketts Student Union – Leeds

24th Nov – O2 Academy 2 – Liverpool

25th Nov – Wulfrun Hall – Wolverhampton

27th Nov – The Forum – London

For Tickets and Pre-order visit WWW.YOUAREALLSLAVES.COM

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