added: 3 Mar 2013 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk
The Other Tribe has announced a run of shows in April and May. They've been bunkered down at their studio ' a barn lost deep in the Bristol countryside ' through the winter months distilling their sound and producing the tracks that will make up their debut album due out late summer.
This time round, it's going to go stellar. In 2012, they urged people to 'join the tribe'; and they did, in their droves. Everywhere the band went, a party was stirred that didn't die down until the last note faded from the sound system.
Skirts, the band's ode to summertime and all the good that goes with it, whipped the crowds into mass sing-a-longs; Sing With Your Feet, the track released in December which found its way into many a DJ set, produced some crazy hypnotic dancing; and favourites Don't Need No Melody and Businessman On Diazepam were greeted like old friends.
The Other Tribe kick things off in London on April 18th at XOYO (just down the road from their sold out Hoxton show last year), and play a string of dates in Brighton, Manchester, Helston in Cornwall, Canterbury and Coventry.
THURSDAY 18TH ' XOYO, London
Saturday 20th ' The Haunt, Brighton
Saturday 27th ' Deaf Institute, Manchester
Saturday 4th ' The Masked Ball, Helston, Cornwall
Friday 10th ' The Lounge (Christchurch SU), Canterbury
Saturday 11th ' Kasbah, Coventry