Currently in the midst of their June UK tour in support of debut album 'Until the Earth Begins to Part', Edinburgh's Broken Records are due to play six more dates - including another London date.
'Until the Earth Begins to Part' had a raving five star review from our reviewer Paul Pledger, and was deemed his 'album of the year'. Now, I'm not saying that Mr Pledger is hard to please, but coming from him, this is praise indeed.
You can catch the septet on their remaining dates in Southampton's Taking Heads on Thursday 11th June, their Club NME date at KOKO in London on Friday 12th June, Monochrome in Liverpool on Saturday 13th June, the Glee Club in Birmingham on the Sunday, Oxford's Academy 2 on Tuesday 16th June and finally Manchester's Roadhouse on Wednesday 17th June.
Tickets cost just £7.50 for all dates except the Club NME date at KOKO in London, which is just a fiver!