Live Dates

2021
UK
29 MarEngine Shed, LincolnTickets
30 MarVictoria Hall, StokeTickets
1 AprO2 Academy, GlasgowTickets
2 AprO2 Academy, GlasgowSOLD OUT!
3 AprMusic Hall, AberdeenTickets
5 AprGuildhall, PortsmouthTickets
6 AprO2 Academy, BristolSOLD OUT!
8 AprO2 Academy, NewcastleTickets
9 AprO2 Apollo, ManchesterTickets
10 AprO2 Academy, BirminghamTickets
12 AprCliffs Pavilion, SouthendTickets
13 AprG Live, GuildfordSOLD OUT!
14 AprDome, BrightonTickets
16 AprO2 Academy, BrixtonTickets
17 AprO2 Academy, BrixtonSOLD OUT!
19 AprUEA Nick Rayns, NorwichTickets
20 AprHexagon, ReadingTickets
22 AprCity Hall, SheffieldTickets
23 AprParr Hall, WarringtonTickets
24 AprUni Great Hall, CardiffTickets
26 AprO2 Academy, LeedsTickets
27 AprRock City, NottinghamTickets
28 AprDe Montfort Hall, LeicesterTickets
30 AprCorn Exchange, CambridgeSOLD OUT!
BELGIUM
30 OctSinner’s Day, Sint-TruidenTickets

News

Listen to Aural Sculpture on Spotify

November the 17th sees the 30th anniversary of the release of the band’s eighth studio album Aural Sculpture in 1984. Please click on the album cover image to hear the full album on Spotify…

Recorded in Brussels with producer Laurie Latham behind the desk, the album saw the introduction of a three piece brass section and backing singers to expand the aural possibilities. The album provided a distinctly poppier sound and was a sonic shift change from it’s predecessor Feline. Many fans welcomed tracks like Souls and North Winds as instant classics. Although the album was released in November, the band chose to delay touring in support of the release until the following February when they took the brass section with them for the first time. Three singles were released from the album, firstly Skin Deep, then No Mercy and finally Let Me Down Easy.

 

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