The Coral announce headline tour

The Coral announce headline tour

ANNOUNCE HEADLINE UK TOUR, OCTOBER 2018

NEW ALBUM ‘MOVE THROUGH THE DAWN’

TO BE RELEASED AUGUST 17TH VIA IGNITION RECORDS

FIRST SINGLE ‘SWEET RELEASE’ AVAILABLE NOW, WATCH THE VIDEO HERE

+ ‘SKELETON COAST’ ALBUM LAUNCH FESTIVAL AT LEASOWE CASTLE, SATURDAY 1ST SEPTEMBER

 

Having recently supported Manic Street Preachers on their Arena tour, The Coral announce a UK headline tour in October following the release of their new album ‘Move Through The Dawn’. The influential Hoylake band’s first headline tour for two years will start in Newcastle and take in London’s Koko before culminating at Manchester Albert Hall on October 13th. Supporting on all dates comes from She Drew The Gun, the acclaimed Liverpool quartet signed to Coral frontman James Skelly’s Skeleton Key label.

 

‘Move Through The Dawn’ will be released on August 17th on Ignition Records on CD, LP and digitally, and is available to pre-order

 

HEADLINE TOUR OCTOBER 2018

WEDS 3           NEWCASTLE, Riverside

FRI 5                BIRMINGHAM, O2 Institute 1

SAT 6               LEEDS, Beckett Students Union

SUN 7              SHEFFIELD, Leadmill

TUE 9               BRISTOL, SWX

THURS 11        LONDON, Koko

FRI 12              LIVERPOOL, University The Mountford Hall

SAT 13             MANCHESTER, Albert Hall

 

Tickets on general sale 9am May 18th, with a fan pre-sale from 9am May 16th – see www.thecoral.co.uk for further details.

 

The Coral will also be appearing at festivals throughout the summer, and will be celebrating the release of ‘Move Through The Dawn’ by hosting the Skeleton Coast Festival at Leasowe Castle, Wirral, on Saturday September 1st. Joining The Coral, who headline, will be Tim Burgess, Fuzzy Sun – the first signing to Blossoms new label Very Clever – plus Skeleton Key Records artists including The Fernweh, Marvin Powell and Cut Glass Kings.

 

The first single to be taken from ‘Move Through The Dawn’ is the BBC 6Music playlisted single ‘Sweet Release’ – available now to stream, download and as instant grat with album pre-orders

 

Featuring a synchronized routine by a boiler-suited, paper bag hat-wearing dance troupe, the video for ‘Sweet Release’ continues The Coral’s tradition for visually exciting and wryly amusing promos.

 

‘Move Through The Dawn’ was recorded at Parr Street Studios in Liverpool and produced by The Coral and Rich Turvey.  The album is the follow-up to 2016’s critically acclaimed ‘Distance Inbetween’, which featured singles ‘Miss Fortune’, Holy Revelation’ and ‘Million Eyes’.

 

Nick Power, The Coral’s keyboardist, has written a new book, ‘Into The Void’, which will be published by Ebacc concurrently with the new album. Powers’ third book, ‘Into The Void’ is an insightful, amusing and evocative first hand account of the recording, release and touring of ‘Distance Inbetween’, which came after a five-year hiatus for the band.

 

Since their debut EP release in 2001 The Coral have sold over a million UK albums, with five reaching the Top 10 including 2003’s chart-topping ‘Magic and Medicine’. Their eight Top 40 singles include ‘Dreaming Of You’, ‘In The Morning’, ‘Pass It On’, and ‘Don’t Think You’re The First’.

 

FESTIVAL DATES

May 24 – 27      Bearded Theory Festival, Walton-on-Trent

May 27             Neighbourhood Weekender, Warrington

June 15            Nocturne Live at Blenheim Palace (supporting Noel Gallagher)

August 19         Don Valley Bowl, Sheffield (supporting Ocean Colour Scene)

August 24 – 26 Camper Calling, Alcester

Aug 30 – Sep 1 Electric Fields, Dumfries

Sep 1st              Skeleton Coast Festival, Leasowe Castle, Wirral


 

The Coral ‘Move Through The Dawn’ tracklisting:

1. Eyes Like Pearls

2. Reaching Out For A Friend

3. Sweet Release

4. She’s A Runaway

5. Strangers In The Hollow

6. Love Or Solution

7. Eyes Of The Moon

8. Undercover Of The Night

9. Outside My Window

10. Stormbreaker

11. After The Fair

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