London four piece, Grass House are set to embark on a UK Tour in November to coincide with the release of their debut album 'A Sun Full And Drowning' on Marshall Teller Records on the 28th of October 2013.
The band kick off the ten dates at The Castle in Manchester on the 2nd of November and finish up in Cardiff on the 12th of the month.
'A Sun Full And Drowning' was recorded over the last six months at Monnow Valley Studios in Wales with producer Jim Anderson best known for his work with Cold Specks, The Twilight Sad and 2:54. Featuring ten tracks, the album includes new versions of the bands critically acclaimed and sold out singles 'Spinning As We Turn', 'And Now For The Wild' and the recent 'I Was A Streetlight'.
Too many highlights to mention, the album sees the band really develop their sound and expand on the exciting promise that was evident on the aforementioned early singles. Sonically an interest in the sound explorations of Brian Eno, and the more freak-out Velvet Underground jams, as well as more contemporary influences such as The Walkmen, Crystal Stilts, Deerhunter & Ducktails certainly influence, yet through an unerring wish to create something progressive, the band have developed these influences into something unique and captivating.
The Grass House line up of Liam Palmer (vocals), Steven Dove (guitar), Ross Hall (drums) and Nicholas Jones (guitar) recently played successful festival shows at East End Live and the Green Man Festival in August.
NOV 02ND MANCHESTER - THE CASTLE (MAIN SUPPORT)
NOV 03RD LEICESTER - THE SCHOLAR BAR
NOV 04TH LIVERPOOL - KOROVA
NOV 05TH NORWICH - OLIVES
NOV 06TH DERBY - VICTORIA INN
NOV 07TH SHEFFIELD - DADA
NOV 08TH LEEDS - COCKPIT
NOV 10TH YORK - BASEMENT (CO HEADLINE)
NOV 11TH BRIGHTON - HOPE
NOV 12TH CARDIFF - BOGIEZ
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