Following the instant sell-out of their previously announced dates, Adorable have added two further gigs to their 25th anniversary shows. The band have added a date at Hebden Bridge Trades Club the night before the previously announced date, they will now play their final gig Read more
25 years since the release of their final album ‘Fake’ and their split a few weeks later, Adorable are returning for two farewell gigs. The band will play two shows only, they play Hebden Bridge Trades Club on October 31st and then London Bush Hall Read more
After entering the national charts both sides of the Atlantic last week Slowdive have announced more tour dates for the Autumn.
The Jesus & Mary Chain have announced an autumn UK/EU tour. The new dates follow their current gigs including a string of festival dates.
Super Furry Animals head off on a tour to celebrate 20 years since the release of Fuzzy Logic by playing their first two albums in full.
After their previous handful of dates sold out straight away, Teenage Fanclub have now announced a large UK tour to support their forthcoming album for November/December 2016.
Crack open the champagne, Teenage Fanclub are returning later this year with a new album and a tour.
The Telescopes have announced a string of live dates for the US, Ireland and the UK this spring.
Minor Victories is the new band formed by Rachel Goswell of Slowdive, Stuart Braithwaite of Mogwai, Justin Lockey of Editors alongside his brother James. After teasing us for several months they have finally unveiled details of their new album and tour.
Shonen Knife who were signed to Creation Records subsidiary August Records in the early 90’s have announced a lengthy UK tour to coincide with the release of their new album.
Tonight Super Furry Animals finish their current US tour in Hollywood, the band will be back over there in May. In the meantime they’ve added a few UK dates.
Since finishing their reunion tour a couple of months ago, many Ride fans have been eagerly waiting to find out if the band would be playing any more dates soon.
After making a triumphant return in 2015, Super Furry Animals have announced some more dates for next year.
The Gigantic Indie All-Dayer in Manchester each May Bank Holiday goes into its third year next year with a line-up boasting a handful of Creation acts.
Swervedriver finish a triumphant 2015 with a European tour followed by an appearance in Hong Kong.
The Telescopes follow up the recent release of ‘Hidden Fields’ with a lengthy European tour starting in two days time (18th Sept 2015) in Aberdeen.
Following their whirlwind comeback gigs this year, Ride have announced a UK tour which coincides with the 25th anniversary of their debut album ‘Nowhere’.
The Loft have announced a couple of gigs for 2015 including their first ever gig in the USA.
Bernard Butler is reuniting with his post-Suede/pre-Creation partner David McAlmont for a tour later this year.
Swervedriver have announced a string of UK dates for May to promote their new album ‘I Wasn’t Born To Lose You’.