At the time of writing, it's bitterly cold out there, the perfect weather for getting warmed up by some good honest tunes - precisely what The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus are offering on their next stop in the UK.
The Floridians will be bringing their hot brand of power-rock to Britain for a string of gigs in the spring, as well as making an appearance at one of the calendar's must-go-to day-fests in the North.
Tour-dates include Bristol on 18th March, followed by Exeter, Leicester, Wolves, Glasgow, Guildford and quite a few more until Camden on 2nd April. Prices are keen - £8.50 upwards - and tickets are on sale now. The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus will also appear at Liverpool's enticing Radstock Festival 2013 which kicks-off on 30th March. The day-fest also includes The Blackout, We Are The Ocean and Don Broco, amongst many others, and boasts a ticket-price of £25.
This headlining tour follows their supporting role for Madina Lake at the tail end of last year and gives fans a chance to see the band really let fly with material from their recent album, "Am I The Enemy" (released 2011/12, depending on territory). Packed full of stick-it-to-the-man tunes and riffs, the album broke the Billboard charts Stateside, the band's third in a row. They issued a new non-album song, "Twilight", last year which bodes well for more new material in 2013.
Support for the tour comes from four-piece Rat Attack - who have just released a video for single 'Heartbeat' (featuring Liam Cromby from We Are the Ocean) - the lead single from their eponymous debut EP due out on 11th March. Check the video here: www.tinyurl.com/ratattack-heartbeat