Scotland’s biggest independent band The LaFontaines: new single and debut album

Scotland’s biggest independent band The LaFontaines: new single and debut album

The LaFontaines: Scotland’s biggest independent band! 

– Just announced for the main stage at T In The Park this summer

– Debut album ‘Class’ out June 8th

– Huge UK tour this May / June

The LaFontaines will release their much anticipated debut album ‘Class’ on Monday 8th June via 889 Records with an extensive UK headline tour to mark its release.  From it they have just released the video for the lead single ‘King’.

Starting with their debut single release (‘All She Knows’) via LAB Records, the band played their first headline shows in New York in April, supported All Time Low in Glasgow (2500 capacity) and released their second single, ‘Under The Storm’:  to widespread airplay (Radio 1, Kerrang!, XFM Scotland, TeamRock Radio plus a plethora of UK Regional Stations) and UK wide press coverage.  The year culminated in their biggest headline sold out show to date at Glasgow’s ABC in October (1300 capacity) as well as a tour of the UK and Europe with Watsky.

THE LAFONTAINES – KING [Video]

Produced by Matt O’Grady (You Me At Six/Don Broco), ‘Class’ looks set to provide the boost into the mainstream that the Font boys have been building towards, and follows on from a phenomenal year in 2014.

 

26/05 – Cardiff – Clwb Ifor Bach
27/05 – Liverpool – Arts Club
28/05 – Leeds – The Key Club
30/05 – Norwich – Waterfront Studio
31/05 – Sheffield – Corporation
01/06 – M. Keynes – Craufurd Arms
02/06 – Manchester – Ruby Lounge
03/06 – Bristol – Louisiana
04/06 – Birmingham – Hare & Hounds
05/06 – London – Barfly
06/06 – Coventry – Kasbah
07/06 – Newcastle – Think Tank
11/06 – Edinburgh – Liquid Rooms
12/06 – Dumfries – The Venue
13/06 – Aberdeen – The Lemon Tree
11/07 – T in The Park – Main Stage

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Scotland’s biggest independent band The LaFontaines: new single and debut album