Live Dates

2021
BELGIUM
30 OctSinner’s Day, Sint-TruidenTickets
NETHERLANDS
31 Oct013, TilburgTickets
DENMARK
2 NovAmager Bio, CopenhagenTickets
SWEDEN
4 NovTradgarn, GothenburgTickets
5 NovSlaktkyrkan, StockholmTickets
6 NovPlan B, MalmoTickets
POLAND
9 NovStodola, WarsawTickets
11 NovA2, WroclawTickets
HUNGARY
12 NovA38, BudapestTickets
SLOVAKIA
13 NovMajestic, BratislavaTickets
ITALY
20 NovEstragon, BolognaTickets
21 NovLive Club, MilanTickets
SWITZERLAND
22 NovLes Docks, LausanneTickets
GERMANY
24 NovMuffathalle, MunichTickets
26 NovBatschkapp, FrankfurtTickets
27 NovKantine, CologneTickets
FRANCE
29 NovLe Phenix, ValenciennesTickets
30 NovLa Vapeur, DijonTickets
2 DecTransbordeur, LyonTickets
3 DecRockstore, MontpellierTickets
5 DecBikini, ToulouseTickets
6 DecKrakatoa, BordeauxTickets
7 DecLa Carriere, NantesTickets
2022
UK
25 JanEngine Shed, LincolnTickets
27 JanMusic Hall, AberdeenTickets
28 JanO2 Academy, GlasgowTickets
29 JanO2 Academy, GlasgowSOLD OUT!
31 JanVictoria Hall, StokeTickets
1 FebUEA Nick Rayns, NorwichTickets
3 FebG Live, GuildfordSOLD OUT!
4 FebO2 Academy, BrixtonTickets
5 FebO2 Academy, BrixtonSOLD OUT!
7 FebParr Hall, WarringtonTickets
8 FebRock City, NottinghamTickets
10 FebUni Great Hall, CardiffTickets
11 FebO2 Apollo, ManchesterTickets
12 FebO2 Academy, LeedsTickets
14 FebGuildhall, PortsmouthTickets
15 FebCliffs Pavilion, SouthendTickets
17 FebDome, BrightonTickets
18 FebO2 City Hall, NewcastleTickets
19 FebO2 Academy, BirminghamTickets
21 FebO2 Academy, BristolSOLD OUT!
22 FebHexagon, ReadingTickets
24 FebCity Hall, SheffieldTickets
25 FebDe Montfort Hall, LeicesterTickets
26 FebCorn Exchange, CambridgeSOLD OUT!
4-7 AugRebellion Festival, BlackpoolOnsale 5 Aug

News Archive

News

Autumn single release

The band are releasing Mercury Rising as a single on 29th October. The track is taken from their acclaimed 17th studio album Giants which was released in March this year. The single will be available as a 500 only limited CD release containing four tracks:

Mercury Rising (single version)/Sometimes (live)/Mercury Rising (live)/Mercury Rising (instrumental)

As with the Giants album, the CD will be released through Absolute and is available

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Gigs

Way down under Australia...

The band’s live dates for 2012 haven’t finished just yet… At the end of November, they are making a welcome return to the Antipodes for a short tour which visits New Zealand and Australia including Tasmania. They are playing a total of eight gigs, seven of which are as special guests on Blondie’s tour and they are also headlining a gig in Newcastle.

The tour starts in New Zealand on

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News

JJ’s No More Heroes ratter

This week marks 35 years since the release of the band’s second album No More Heroes, less than six months after their debut Rattus Norvegicus. As he did earlier this year for Rattus, JJ talks us through each of the tracks on No More Heroes in his latest ratter. Read it here

News

New French blog site

A new officially sanctioned blog site has just been launched. It is written in French and is aimed at all French speaking fans. It’s authors have close links with JJ and the blog will provide exclusive content. The blog can be found here

Maintenant, en Francais… Un nouveau blogue officiellement approuvé vient d’être lancé. Il est écrit en français et s’adresse à tous les fans francophones. Ses auteurs

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News

Listen to In The Night on Spotify...

September also marks the 20th anniversary of the release of 1992’s In The Night. Please click on the album cover image to listen to the full album on Spotify.

Heralding a new era for The Stranglers, In The Night was the band’s first album as a five piece following the departure of singer/ guitarist Hugh Cornwell and the addition of Paul Roberts on vocals and John Ellis on guitar.

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News

Listen to No More Heroes on Spotify...

September marks the 35th anniversary of the release of the band’s second album No More Heroes. Please click the album cover image to hear the full album on Spotify.

Released at the height of the punk explosion, its inflammatory lyrics courted much controversy. Following within six months of their hugely successful debut Rattus, No More Heroes didn’t disappoint reaching number two in the album charts.

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News

New JJ ratter

Immediately prior to travelling out to the Channel Islands for the Jersey Live gig, JJ wrote a blog about the band’s summer festival dates in the UK and Europe and plans for the future. Read it here