After much hype and multiple single releases over the last couples of years, Leeds-based indie four-piece, Grammatics, released their debut eponymous album on Monday March 23rd.
The LP, which received accolades by press heavyweights NME, Uncut and Rocksound, is also currently available in 12" vinyl and on digital download.
Following a UK tour with London post-punksters Red Light Company which ended no later than yesterday, Grammatics will hit the road again with Rolo Tomassi and Pulled Apart by Horses, from April 14th through to May 4th, via the cities of Leicester (April 14th) , Wrexham (April 16th) , Middlesborough (April 20th) , Bournemouth (May 1st) and Southampton (May 3rd) , among others, before playing support to Bloc Party for the whole month of October (see details of the Bloctober tour)...
Grammatics are also lined-up for the Teenage Cancer Trust gig at the Bush Hall on April 13th, alongside Does It Offend You Yeah?, with tickets costing just £11.
Tickets for all afore-mentioned gigs are on sale now.