The Computers release their second album ‘Love Triangles, Hate Squares’ on 29th April through One Little Indian and have also announced a headline tour for May.
They will also be playing various record shop in-stores (including Rough Trade East) around the country the week of the album’s release.
Vocalist/guitarist Alex Kershaw described it as “What if Lennon never met McCartney. What if Johnny Cash had never walked into Sun Studios, Buddy Holly didn't get on that plane? For better or for worse, the smallest decisions can affect our lives in the most profound ways. 'Love Triangles, Hate Squares' is about being bored. It's about missed opportunities and it's about your life being stuck on repeat.”
Having already made a quick-stop tour of the UK in January, the band (Screaming Al, Sonny Crawford, Fred E Stare, Nice Ron, Aidan Sin) head out for a 18 date trip round the country in May, dates are as follows:
7th May, HIGH WYCOMBE, Bucks University 8th May, LONDON, The 100 Club 9th May, SHEFFIELD, The Harley 10th May, CARLISLE, The Brickyard 11th May, MANCHESTER, The Deaf Institute 14th May, TRURO, B-Side @ Bunters 15th May, WEYMOUTH, Finns 16th May, SOUTHAMPTON, The Soul Cellar 21st May, NORWICH, The Waterfront Studio 22nd May, LEICESTER, The Soundhouse 23rd May, BIRMINGHAM, The Rainbow 24th May, CHESTER, The Compass 27th May, CAMBRIDGE, The Portland Arms 28th May, BRISTOL, The Croft 29th May, NOTTINGHAM, Red Room 30th May, GLASGOW, Broadcast 31st May, LIVERPOOL, Mello Mello 1st June, HANTS, West End Centre
29th April, LONDON, Rough Trade East 30th April, MARLBOROUGH, Sound Knowledge 1st May, OXFORD, Truck Records 2nd May, KINGSTON, Banquet Records 3rd May, BRIGHTON, Resident Records 4th May, BRISTOL, Rise Records