Live Dates

2019
FRANCE
22 NovL'Oasis, Le MansTickets
23 NovCap Caval, Penmarc'hSOLD OUT!
24 NovBig Band Cafe, Herouville Saint ClairSOLD OUT!
26 NovL'Aeronef, LilleTickets
27 NovOlympia, ParisTickets
28 NovLa Laiterie, StrasbourgSOLD OUT!
ITALY
30 NovEstragon, BolognaTickets
1 DecOrion, RomeTickets
2 DecTeatro della Concordia, TurinTickets
NETHERLANDS
5 DecMelkweg, AmsterdamSOLD OUT!
GERMANY
6 DecFabrik, HamburgSOLD OUT!
7 DecMusic Hall, WorpswedeSOLD OUT!
8 Dec Huxleys, BerlinTickets
GREECE
13 DecFuzz Club, AthensTickets
2020
PORTUGAL
25 JanCascais Rock Fest, EstorilTickets
AUSTRALIA
5 FebAstor Theatre, PerthTickets
7 FebForum, MelbourneTickets
8 FebEnmore Theatre, SydneyTickets
9 FebTivoli, BrisbaneTickets
11 FebThe Gov, AdelaideTickets
NEW ZEALAND
13 FebTown Hall, ChristchurchTickets
14 FebOpera House, WellingtonTickets
15 FebTown Hall, AucklandTickets
IRELAND
29 MayOlympia, DublinLink to follow
N.IRELAND
30 MayTelegraph Building, BelfastLink to follow
IRELAND
MaySaltwater festival, Co. MayoTickets

History

Black and White becomes...Iceland '78

Following a hugely successful year and the release of Rattus & Heroes, the band decamped to Bear Shank Lodge near Oundle to begin writing their third album in the winter of ’77. With recording completed at TW Studios and mixing finished with Martin Rushent during their visit to the US in Spring ’78, the band were ready to release their new studio album Black and White in

Read More >

History

In Heaven She Walks video shoot

To coincide with the new DVD compilation ‘Never To Look Back-The Video Collection 1983-2012’, we bring you the behind the scenes story of the making of one of the band’s videos from that period…

Read More >

History

Feline-fan's tour diary

Thirty years ago exactly, the band set out on a tour of the UK in support of their new album Feline. In the year since their last tour, they had left EMI, moved to CBS and released a new studio album. Mark Senior from Sheffield planned to attempt the full tour and he recounts his exploits for us here..

Read More >

History

Feline in focus...

Summer 1982 – The Stranglers negotiated the end of their five-year EMI recording deal with a swansong single Strange Little Girl and a compilation album The Collection 1977-1982. The single peaked at number seven – not bad for a track EMI rejected in 1975 – and the compilation just missed the Top 10 meaning the band left the label on a chart high.

Read More >

History

A place in history-the Hope & Anchor

22nd November 1977: 35 years ago, to the day, The Stranglers made their final live appearance in the cramped cellar of a north London pub whose name has gone down in their history-the Hope & Anchor.

Read More >

History

Who Wants The World?-fan's tour diary

The summer of 1980 proved to be an eventful one for the band, offering no respite from their Annus Horriblis. Following Hugh’s incarceration earlier that year, the events at a certain gig on the French riviera had led to more prison time for the band. Immediately after their release, the band returned home and went straight out on tour around Britain.

Read More >

History

The man who signed The Stranglers-an interview with Andrew Lauder

The Stranglers’ debut album Rattus Norvegicus was unleashed on the public 35 years ago in April 1977. To mark the anniversary, we tracked down the man who actually got the band’s signatures on a recording contract.

Read More >

History

1991-behold the stranglers mark ii

In the autumn of 1990, the Daily Mirror carried the shocking news that Hugh Cornwell, the original singer & guitarist, had decided to leave The Stranglers. Fans were devasted, many believing that this would spell the end for the band…

Read More >

History

La Folie part two: tour diary

Exactly 30 years ago today, the band played the first gig of a 17 date British tour-coinciding with the legendary chart run of Golden Brown.

Phil Coxon attended multiple gigs on the tour and, aided and abetted by his friend Mark Senior, they have recounted their touring memories for us…

Read More >

History

Live recording Nashville Rooms December 1976

Shortly after signing to UA, before the ink had even dried on the contract, the band made their first recording for their new record company at the Nashville in London. At their A&R man’s suggestion, the full live set was caught on mastertapes for later use but they still remain unused 35 years later…

Read More >

Website Security Test