THE RETURN OF MONGOL HORDE
It’s been quiet these past three years. Fences have been repaired and stand tall, houses have been rebuilt, thatching reliably dry, and life is peaceful. If a bit dull.
But – listen – a distant rumbling. The far-off hills are billowing dust, kicked up by the wind no doubt. Or…something else. Watch your steppe.
Möngöl Hörde – Frank Turner (vocals), Matt Nasir (baritone guitar, The Sleeping Souls) and Ben Dawson (drums, ex-Million Dead) – return in January 2018 for four live dates across the UK – Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham and London.
They last played at Reading Festival in 2014 and it was uncertain whether (if ever) the Hörde would come back for more. Prayers, dreams and tweets have now been answered as the threesome take advantage of Frank’s brief downtime between tours to return.
Make way for them in January 2018:
25 Glasgow @ King Tuts
26 Manchester @ Academy 3
27 Birmingham @ O2 Institute
28 London @ Scala
Tickets are available now.
You can buy Möngöl Hörde’s self-titled album here.
Conquest, fury and reckoning await you all. It should be a lot of fun.
First emerging and playing two tiny shows in August 2012 plus Reading and Leeds Festival, Möngöl Hörde released one of 2014’s most twisted and ferocious albums with their self-titled debut through Xtra Mile Recordings. They then tackled a brief UK summer tour including a second appearance at Reading and Leeds before Frank and Matt went back to their day jobs and started writing and recording Frank Turner’s sixth album Positive Songs For Negative People.