After recuperating from the success of their acclaimed 2007 eponymous debut album, the London-bred indie pop threesome of Scouting for Girls will return in the spring. The authors of such hits as 'She's So Lovely', 'Elvis Ain't Dead' and 'It's Not About You', have announced a sophomore opus, entitled 'Everyone Wants to Be on TV', due out on 12th April, and the first single off which, 'This ain't a Love Song', will be out on 7th March.
The crowd pleasing trio will back this release with a couple of February shows (Hatfield on 6th and London on 11th), before starting their tour proper in Ireland on 19th April at the Savoy Theatre in Cork. The Irish leg of the tour takes-in, Belfast, Limerick, Dublin and Castlebar before heading across the Irish Sea for the English leg of the tour, starting in Nottingham on 28th April, via the cities of Liverpool, Newcastle, Leeds, Manchester, Blackpool, Sheffield, Plymouth and London among others; two of which they will share the spotlight with Calvin Harris and Noisettes (at the Playaway Festival in Butlin, Skegness, on 16th April) and Alex Gardner (at the Nottingham Royal Concert Hall on 28th April).
Tickets for the February gigs respectively cost £19.25 and £20.00 (+ booking fee), those for the April and May shows cost £22.50 regionally, £24.50 in London and will go on sale on 4th Feb. (9AM) or 5th (9AM), depending on the show (keep on checking availability down below).