Captain’s Dead by The Coathangers + Euro Tour Dates

The Coathangers have announced a new EP and a series of Euro tour dates to ahead of the release entitled Parasite, which is due out the 30th of June via Suicide Squeeze Records.

May
12th – UK Manchester @ Night & Day
13th – UK Brighton @ The Joker
15th – UK Bristol @ The Exchange
16th – UK Oxford @ The Bullingdon
17th – UK London @ Oslo
18th – UK Hastings @ The Printworks
19th – UK Leicester @ The Cookie
20th– UK Leeds @ Gold Sounds at Brudenell Social
21st – UK Sheffield@ The Harley
23rd – UK Ramsgate @ Music Hall
24th – BE Gent @ PSYCH OVER 9000
25th – NL Eindhoven @ Stroomhuisje
26th – NL Rotterdam @ Girls Go Boom Night @ Roodkapje
27th – NL Amsterdam @ Pacific Park
28th – NL Utrecht @ dB’s
30th – DE Hamburg @ Molotow
31st – DE Berlin @ Cassiopeia
June
1st – DE Munich @ Orangehouse
2nd – DE Cologne @ MTC
3rd – FR Paris @ Le Batofar
4th – IT Ravenna @ Beaches Brew Festival
8th – FR Clermont @ Ferrand Le Barraka
9th – FR Nimes @ This is not a Love Song
10th – FI Helsinki @ Sideways Festival

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Sound & Vision – Rainbrother



2nd single off the upcoming Rainbrother debut album Tales From the Drought



22nd Feb 2017 – Paper Dress Vintage – London
23rd Feb 2017 – Castle Hotel – Manchester
24th Feb 2017 – The Glad Cafe – Glasgow
25th Feb 2017 – The Adelphi – Hull
13th – 19th March 2017 – SXSW – Austin TX

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Hurray for the Riff Raff – The Navigator

The PR tells me that The Navigator is a political concept album, inspired by Alynda Segarra’s journey from the South Bronx to the downtown punk scene and beyond, there is a story here and important messages for sure, but for the listener, casual or otherwise, more importantly there are some damn good songs; lyrically and stylistically, a heady mix of rock, pop, balladry and Latin rhythms the album features guest appearances from percussionists Juan-Carlos Chaurand, Gregory Rogove, a trio of Bomba drummers, and New Jersey Doo Wop singers – all brought together by producer Paul Butler (Michael Kiwanuka, St. Paul and The Broken Bones, Devendra Banhart) and recorded at the legendary Electric Lady Studios in New York and Panoramic House in California.

There will be few better albums released this year, highly recommend it.

March 20 – Leeds – Brudenell
March 21 – Manchester UK – Deaf Institute
March 22 – London UK – The Dome
March 23 – Winchester UK – The Railway Inn
March 25 – Brighton UK – Sticky Mikes

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