Zulu Winter Announce UK Tour Dates, Reveal Black Cab Session

Zulu Winter Announce UK Tour Dates, Reveal Black Cab Session


London five – piece Zulu Winter are set to head out on a UK tour from next week, starting with their first headline London show at CAMP Basement on the 1st November. Full details are below, the band will be supporting Givers in the UK and Braids in Europe on selected dates.

Zulu_Winter_promo_1_credit_Gavin_WatsonThis week Zulu Winter revealed the video for their Black Cab Session, watch a stripped-down version of forthcoming debut single AA-side ‘Let’s Move Back To Front’ HERE.
Formed earlier this year, the Zulu Winter line up of Will Daunt (vocals & guitar), Iain Lock (bass), Dom Millard (keyboards), Henry Walton (guitar) and Guy Henderson (drums) have only played a handful of shows but they’ve already picked up support from Pitchfork and Altered Zones. A demo of the band’s ‘Silver Tongue’ has been played on the Zane Lowe show and also featured on NME’s recent ‘25 new bands you have to have to hear’ mixtape

Watch the psychedelic debut video for the a-side ‘Never Leave’, directed by David Higgs:

‘Never Leave’ / ‘Let’s Move Back To Front’ will be released on limited edition 7” on the 7th of November by Double Denim Records. The single is already available digitally from iTunes here.

Zulu Winter have previously supported The Duke Spirit, Clock Opera and fellow Double Denim ones-to-watch Outfit at their debut single launch.

Zulu Winter’s current UK/EU live dates:

01 Nov – 9pm — CAMP Basement, London. Get tickets here
03 Nov — Melkveg, Amsterdam
04 Nov — EXIT07, Luxembourg supporting Braids
05 Nov — Botanique, Brussels supporting Braids
06 Nov — Les InRocks @ Boule Noire, Paris
09 Nov — Academy 3, Manchester supporting Givers
10 Nov — King Tut’s, Glasgow supporting Givers
11 Nov — Sage, Gateshead supporting Givers
12 Nov – 4pm — Constellations Festival, Leeds
24 Nov — Brixton Academy, London supporting Friendly Fires
27 Nov — Anson Rooms, Bristol
28 Nov — Olympia, Dublin


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