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As their Major UK tour starts, acclaimed leading lights of Britpop Shed Sevenhave announced that Reverend And The Makers, Lottery Winners, Shambolics and Serotones will be joining them as special guests on selected dates!

Sheffield rock’n’roll radicals Reverend and the Makers who have achieved six UK Top 20 Albums and five Top Five Indie chart singles since bursting onto the scene in 2007, appear with Shed Seven for the first time since their very special appearance at Leeds First Direct Arena with the band in 2019. Leigh quartet Lottery Winners join Shed Seven amidst the release of their new album ‘Something To Leave The House For’ out on Friday 3rd December, more information here. Fife’s Shambolics who’ve long cemented them as established favourites on Scottish turf join Shed Seven tonight in Inverness. Five-piece Serotones join the band in Nottingham afresh from live appearances across the UK and plays on the likes of Radio X and Soccer AM.
 
This Friday, Shed Seven also release 25th anniversary editions of their celebrated album A Maximum High. Originally released on 1st April; 1996, A Maximum High is Shed Seven’s crowning recorded achievement to date, charting at number 8 and remaining on the Official UK Album Charts for a triumphant 37 weeks. The record spawned five hit singles: ‘Where Have You Been Tonight?’, ‘Getting Better’, ‘Going For Gold’, ‘Bully Boy’ and ‘On Standby’, with the York band making appearances on Top Of The Pops no less than four different times during a momentous year.
 
A Maximum High 25th Anniversary 3LP is a Bowling Bowling Ball Coloured Triple Vinyl reimagining of the album’s long-out-of-print Special Edition CD, newly remastered at Abbey Road. The Special Edition CD was originally released following the album’s final single on September 16th 1996, fortifying the record with a bonus CD featuring all the band’s 1994-1996 B-sides along with two newly recorded tracks. A Maximum High 25th Anniversary 3LP’s artwork has been faithfully reproduced from the exact Special Edition CD’s layout.

Also available to pre-order is the A Maximum High 25th Anniversary Box Set, which includes the A Maximum High 25th Anniversary 3LPIn Colour – Shed Seven Live At The Hanover Grand LP, Max-HiRange – Demonstration Tape CD, an exclusive signed art print and A Maximum High UK tour laminate, all in one lidded box.
 
In Colour captures Shed Seven’s legendary concert at The Hanover Grand on 30th January 1996, the London show of a tour to promote the release of the single ‘Getter Better’. With a setlist that included songs from the previous album Change Giver plus then-new material and B-sides, the concert recording is a timely chance to hear songs from A Maximum High make their live debut. While tracks from this concert have previously appeared as B-sides on the single of ‘Bully Boy’, for this release the band have reunited with Chris Sheldon, the producer of A Maximum High, to create a new mix of the concert from the source master tapes, resulting in seven previously unreleased tracks.
 
Max-HiRange – Demonstration Tape is an exclusive CD featuring previously unheard demos, instrumentals and acoustic tracks, all taken from the 1995/1996 A Maximum High era.

Alongside the three new music formats, A Maximum High 25th Anniversary Box Set includes an exclusive art print signed by the band and A Maximum High UK tour laminate, all in one custom lidded box; the ultimate collector’s keepsake of a seminal Shed Seven album.

A Maximum High 25th Anniversary Box Set and A Maximum High 25th Anniversary 3LP  are available to pre-order here ahead of their full release on November 26th. A Maximum High Single Coloured Vinyl edition will also be made available exclusively at HMV. 

PRE ORDER HERE
 
About the upcoming release Shed Seven frontman Rick Witter said:
 

‘It’s been great revisiting the album for this special 25th Anniversary release. As well as reminiscing about those heady days in the mid 90’s it’s also great to hear the album remastered. The special edition b side collection was only ever available on CD back in the day so it’s nice to be able to finally make it available on vinyl. It’s time to immerse yourself in a 2021 Maximum High’
 

Shed Seven follow the 25th anniversary release with a major tour performing all their greatest hits and fan favourites. Since getting back together in 2007, Shed Seven have continued to sell out shows across the UK including their first ever headline arena date at Leeds First Direct Arena in 2019 where they performed to a 10,000 strong sold-out crowd. Shed Seven will be joined by special guests Reverend And The Makers, Lottery Winners, Shambolics and Serotones on selected dates below.  Tickets are onsale now via www.gigsandtours.com  and www.ticketmaster.co.uk.  

 
SHED SEVEN 2021 LIVE DATES

Plus:

Reverend and The Makers #
Lottery Winners $
Shambolics ~
Serotones + 

Tue 23 Nov 2021               Inverness Ironworks ~
Thu 25 Nov 2021              Aberdeen Music Hall SOLD OUT #

Fri 26 Nov 2021                Glasgow Barrowland SOLD OUT #
Sat 27 Nov 2021               Glasgow Barrowland SOLD OUT #
Mon 29 Nov 2021             Newcastle O2 Academy #
Tue 30 Nov 2021               Sheffield O2 Academy #
Wed 01 Dec 2021             Hull City Hall #
Fri 03 Dec 2021                  Liverpool O2 Academy SOLD OUT #
Sat 04 Dec 2021                Leicester O2 Academy SOLD OUT #
Mon 06 Dec 2021             Norwich The Nick Rayns LCR, UEA $
Tue 07 Dec 2021               Cambridge Corn Exchange $
Thu 09 Dec 2021               Birmingham O2 Academy $
Fri 10 Dec 2021                  Nottingham Rock City SOLD OUT +
Sat 11 Dec 2021                Manchester Academy SOLD OUT $
Mon 13 Dec 2021             Oxford O2 Academy SOLD OUT $
Tue 14 Dec 2021               Brighton Dome $
Thu 16 Dec 2021               Bristol O2 Academy SOLD OUT $
Fri 17 Dec 2021                  London Roundhouse $
Sat 18 Dec 2021                London Roundhouse SOLD OUT $
Mon 20 Dec 2021             Leeds O2 Academy $
Tue 21 Dec 2021               Leeds O2 Academy $
Wed 22 Dec 2021             Manchester Academy $

Photo credit Barnaby Fairley

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