Status: Sold Out (Updated on 9th March 2020)
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“After lengthy discussion this morning we have decided the best thing to do is to go ahead and postpone the upcoming tour”
The band have rescheduled all dates and tickets remain valid:
Wed 22 July – Scala, London
Mon 24 August – Chalk, Brighton
Tue 1 Sept – Bedford Esquires, Bedford
Wed 2 Sept – Bullingdon, Oxford
Thur 3 Sept – Joiners, Southampton
Tue 8 Sept – Castle and Falcon, Birmingham
Wed 9 Sept – The Crescent, York
Thur 10 Sept – The Trades Club, Hebden Bridge
Sat 12 Sept – The White Hotel, Manchester (matinee + late show)
Sun 13 Sept – Summerhall, Edinburgh
Mon 14 Sept – The Cluny, Newcastle
Weds 16 Sept – Norwich Arts Centre, Norwich
The hotly tipped post-punk, disco-funk phenomenon Squid have recently releases new EP called ‘Town Centre’ via Dan Carey’s Speedy Wunderground label, the first EP from the legendary singles label. ‘Town Centre’ is a perfect distillation of everything they have done so far, making good on the angular funk of ‘The Dial,’ the disco-punk of ‘Houseplants’ the ambitious songwriting of ‘Terrestrial Changeover Blues’ and through to their more ambient-leaning early work.
Squid have built their name on the back of a run of fine singles and their incendiary live shows which displays an energy and conviction that is positively transcendent in its chaos and fever. ‘Town Centre’ is the most complete body of work they’ve created yet and is not only an enthralling listen, but also serves as a compelling blueprint as to what they can achieve.