Fresh from supporting Liam Gallagher on his triumphant sold out arena tour in December and releasing their debut album ‘Swansea To Hornsey’ (October), Welsh wonders TRAMPOLENE have announced a twelve- date UK tour for April and their biggest London show to date at The Scala on 9th May. Tickets for all shows are available at 10am on Friday 26th January from: thisfeeling.co.uk
The full tour dates are:
10th Plymouth The Junction
11th Brighton Hope & Ruin
12th Bristol The Exchange
13th Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach
14th Birmingham Actress & Bishop
18th Liverpool EBGB’s
19th Leeds Brudenell Social Club
20th Glasgow Broadcast
21st Edinburgh Sneaky Pete’s
26th Manchester Night & Day
27th Blackpool Bootleg Social
28th Sheffield The Harley
9th London Scala
Tickets are priced at £8:00 ADV / £10:00 OTD for all shows except London £10:00 ADV / £12:00 OTD.
‘Swansea To Hornsey’ is available to stream and buy from: https://lnk.to/SwanseatoHornsey
“ A swaggering debut that demands to be played loud.” GQ
TRAMPOLENE who recently recorded a new single for release in advance of the tour, more details of which soon, record a BBC Maida Vale session in February for transmission later that month. ‘Swansea To Hornsey’ was recorded at Ray Davies’ Konk Studios in London’s Muswell Hill (the ‘Hornsey’ of the title) and produced by Trampolene singer/guitarist Jack Jones & engineer Josh Green and mixed by Cenzo Townshend (Jamie T / Everything Everything).
“Intersperses poetry with rock in a way few artists dare to do today…their reference points are as versatile as any release this year – Patti Smith, Oasis, Dylan Thomas, Peter Doherty…Jones bleeds on these songs.” The Independent (Best Albums of 2017)
TRAMPOLENE have toured continuously over the last 2 years, with stand out supports with Liam Gallagher, The Libertines, Buzzcocks, Peter Doherty, Reverend & The Makers, The Enemy, Pretty Vicious, Catfish & The Bottlemen and Carl Barat & The Jackals. Trampolene performed at the Isle of Wight Festival (headlining The Jack Rocks/This Feeling Stage), The Great Escape, Tramlines, Y Not, Hope & Glory and Reading Festivals last summer. Jack also plays lead guitar in Peter Doherty’s touring band The Puta Madres.
“Brilliant debut from indie gutter poets…these passionate postcards from the edgedemand attention.” **** Q Magazine
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