After a furious summer of festival appearances and tours with the likes of Seafood and Hundred Reasons - and hot on the heels of packed tents at both Leeds and Reading, Jetplane Landing return with a new EP and more live dates.
The EP intriguingly titled 'Els Quatre Gats' is the band's first new material since the release of their well received debut long player 'Zero For Conduct' earlier this year and is more representative of where the band have arrived at (musically) and almost, replicates the dynamics of their live shows.
The Jetplane four, unleashed, rip their way throughout the UK for the fourth time this year where they'll be supported by a selection of some of the best underground bands of the moment.
Jetplane Landing are playing:
1st Glasgow Cathouse w/Stapleton
2nd Middlesboro' Cornerhouse w/And None Of Them Knew They Were Robots
3rd Manchester The Roadhouse w/Thee More Shallows
4th Birmingham Academy 2 w/Sixty Five Days Of Static
5th Wolverhampton Little Civic w/Sist
6th Oxford downstairs @ zodiac
7th Norwich Arts Centre w/Postalowa & Benn's Little Rebellion
8th Southampton Joiners w/ Violent Delight
9th London Garage w/ Smother, Berkeley & The Once Over Twice
'Els Quatre Gats' (YOB006/STA005) is released on 14th October via the joint Yogaboy/Smalltown America partnership, limited to 1000 copies and features four tracks; 'Acrimony', 'Lights Out', 'My Fundamental Flaw' and 'An Upheaval', all previously unreleased.
Jetplane Landing are Andrew Ferris (guitar and vocals), Jamie Burchell (bass), Raife Burchell (drums) and Cahir Doherty (guitar)
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