For the first time in almost 20 years, Squeeze’s Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook will be heading out on the road as a duo with ‘The At Odds Couple’ tour that will see them present their songs and story in a unique way.

Beginning at Cambridge Corn Exchange on November 2nd the 12 date tour will visit theatres around the UK in a show that will celebrate their enduring music and partnership.

“The At Odds Couple” Tour

Sunday 2nd November Cambridge Corn Exchange
Monday 3rd November Northampton Derngate
Thursday 6th November Reading Hexagon
Friday 7th November Union Chapel, London
Monday 10th November Guildford G Live
Tuesday 11th November Birmingham Town Hall
Thursday 13th November Newcastle Theatre
Friday 14th November Edinburgh Queens Hall
Sunday 16th November The Lowry, Salford
Monday 17th November York Opera House
Wednesday 19th November Warwick Arts Centre

Chris Difford’s lyrics and Glenn Tilbrook’s music have prevailed through turbulent times over the past four decades, from the ever-changing musical landscape to their own internal reshuffles and an acrimonious break-up. ‘The At Odds Couple’ will see Glenn and Chris reflecting on their careers, as part of Squeeze and as solo artists, sharing not only the music but also giving an insight in to what makes the two of them tick as a partnership.

“There is lots of history and myth to our relationship. There have been times when we’ve not gotten on and not communicated with each other but we are now at a place where we have a lot of respect for each other”, explains Chris. “No relationship is plain sailing, whether it be personal or work, but over the years we’ve come to understand our differences and similarities and learnt to co-exist alongside each other.”

“The last few years have been really interesting. We’ve talked more than ever and reflected on our relationship and it’s brought us to this point”, added Glenn.

In addition to performing a selection of hits, including ‘Up The Junction’ and ‘Cool For Cats’, Chris and Glenn will be dusting down some previously unrecorded songs that were written together back in the band’s infancy that were never recorded, “there are a few corkers in there”, as well as playing tracks from their solo careers. The duo’s also been working on new Squeeze material – set for release in 2015 - which will no doubt creep into the set list.