SINGLE ‘LIZARD BABY’ & ALBUM ‘BLOOD’ OUT SEPT 1ST
With 3 weeks until the release of their 3rd album ‘Blood’, Pulled Apart By Horses have announced a UK tour including a headline show at London’s Heaven on November 28th.
The string of November dates will go on sale this Friday and will all be priced at £12 apart from London, which will be £14. Ticket link: www.kililive.com/artists/pulled-apart-by-horses
The tour news follows last week’s announcement that the band have teamed up with Revolutions Brewing Co to create their own ‘Blood’ ale and are throwing a launch party at Brudenell Social Club in Leeds on 29th August 2014, where the band will play their first ever live acoustic set.
Tickets are only available to competition winners who post a photo on Twitter and Instagram of them enjoying their favourite drink with the hashtag #PABHsBlood. The best shots will win a pair of tickets – over 18’s only.
Watch ‘V.E.N.O.M.’ acoustic:
The band recently revealed the video for single ‘Lizard Baby’, which followed in the footsteps of previous single ‘Hot Squash’ last week when it was added to the Radio 1 playlist. It was also selected as ‘track of the day’ last Thursday.
‘Lizard Baby’ will be released alongside the album, ‘Blood’ on 1st September on the band’s own label Best of the Best through Sony Red.
‘Lizard Baby’ official video:
Pulled Apart By Horses also play a series of warm up shows across the country, preparing for their main stage Reading & Leeds Festival slots. They will also be playing a string European dates, supported by Dinosaur Pile-UP for Dr. Martens’ #STANDFORSOMETHING Tour.
Full live dates are now:
18th Coventry Kasbah
19th Nottingham Bodega
20th Liverpool East Village Arts Club
23rd Reading Festival
24th Leeds Festival
29th Leeds Brudenell Social (Blood ale launch party & acoustic set. Competition winners only)
8th Paris, Maroquinerie
9th Hamburg Molotow Exil
10th Copenhagen, Rust
11th Stockholm, Debaser Strand
13th Amsterdam, Bitterzoet
20th Portsmouth Southsea Festival (headline)
21st Manchester Gorilla
22nd Glasgow Stereo
24th Brighton The Haunt/Concorde 2
25th Birmingham Library
26th Bristol Fleece
28th London Heaven