New York City alternative funk trio, Fun Lovin' Criminals, are getting ready to see the light again after a five-year-long period of obscurity, which will see them tour the UK for the first time since 2007, with their last studio album 'Livin' in the City' being released all the way back in 2005.
Mickey Rourke's musical counterpart in Huey Morgan and his two mates have announced a series of UK dates for March, in support of their sixth album, 'Classic Fantastic', due out on March 1st. The groovy threesome will kick things off at Manchester O2 Academy on 6th March, then take to the cities of Leeds (7th), Glasgow (8th), Newcastle (9th), Bristol (11th), Oxford (12th), Leamington (14th) and Nottingham (15th), before ending-up at London Koko on the 16th.
With contributions by the likes of Roots Manuva and Paul Kaye, 'Classic Fantastic' is definitely something to look forward to!
Tickets for the Classic Fantastic tour are on sale and range from £16.70 to £20.15 regionally, and cost £22.75 in Manchester and London, plus booking fee.