Here's a real treat for fans of top live music. Top crazy rockers The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster have announced a lengthy UK Tour to supplement the release of their third studio album. The album 'Blood and Fire' will be released on 19th May, with the first single 'Love Turns To Hate' coming out the week before. The Brighton boys are to play twenty six(!) shows around the release, including a stint at the Camden Crawl and this year's Dot to Dot festival 2010 in Manchester, Bristol and Nottingham.
The group, whose top tracks include 'Morning has Broken' and 'Psychosis Safari' will start the tour at the Haymakers in Cambridge on April 27th before hitting twenty four others, including Esquires in Bedfordshire (30th April), Sumo in Leicester (10th May) and Stereo in Glasgow (25th May). They end their tour on 3rd June at the Relentless Garage in London.
The group are really one of the most energetic, intense and exciting groups to see live and to further boost their reputation the tickets for the shows cost less than ten of those English pounds (except London, which costs a still very thrifty £12.10 inc. booking fee). So isn't it about time you went to a gig just to go crazy! If so, this is the one for you. Click the links below beside your preferred venue to get some of those going-out tickets.