added: 31 Jul 2012 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk
Band Of Skulls have announced details of an Autumn tour including London's Brixton Academy show on December 7th. These will be the band's biggest U.K. headline shows to date.
Their second album, 'Sweet Sour' was released in February and entered the UK album chart at number 14, that week's highest new entry.
The album was recorded at Rockfield Studios in Wales with producer Ian Davenport and mixed in Los Angeles by Nick Launay (Nick Cave / PIL / Yeah Yeah Yeahs).
Band Of Skull's spring 2012 UK headline tour culminated with a sold-out London Roundhouse show in March. They appeared at this year's SxSW and Coachella festivals and have already performed at this summer's Isle of Wight & T in the Park festivals. The band are supporting Red Hot Chili Peppers in the U.S. across six huge dates, plus performing as special guests at Kasabian's upcoming Brixton Academy gig. With also a main stage set at Reading & Leeds still to come, they have now announced a full run of U.K. headline dates, the details of which are as follows:
20th London Brixton Academy *
24th Leeds Leeds Festival (main stage)
25th Cambridge Junction
26th Reading Reading Festival (main stage)
27th Glasgow ABC
28th Newcastle Digital
29th Sheffield Leadmill
1st Liverpool Academy
2nd Cardiff Coal Exchange
3rd Nottingham Rescue Rooms
5th Manchester Ritz
6th Birmingham Institute
7th London Brixton Academy
8th Northampton Roadmenders
9th Southampton Guildhall
* Special guests for Kasabian