Having released their debut EP 'I Am A Worthless Piece of Shit' via Alcopop! Brawlers have just announced that they will be supportingNine Black Alps on their upcoming April tour, followed by a UK run with Decade. In addition, the band have been confirmed for a number of UK festivals.
Full dates are as follows :
April 4th @ Sumo (Middlesbrough)
April 11th @ The Duchess (York)
April 17th @ Star and Garter (Manchester) w/ Smith Street Band, Restorations
April 18th @ The Agincourt (Camberly)
April 22nd @ Fruit (Hull) w/ Nine Black Alps
April 23rd @ Rock City (Nottingham) w/ Nine Black Alps
April 28th @ Crauford Arms (Milton Keynes) w/ Nine Black Alps
April 29th @ Bowery District (Reading) w/ Nine Black Alps
April 30th @ Fleece (Bristol) w/ Nine Black Alps
May 1st @ Flapper (Birmingham) w/ Nine Black Alps
May 3rd @ Handmade Festival (Leicester)
May 9th @ The Great Escape - BSM Alcopop! Alternative Escape Stage (Brighton)
May 9th @ The Great Escape - Bermuda Triangle Stage (Brighton)
May 10th @ WTF Fest (Southampton)
May 13th @ The Boileroom (Guildford)
May 14th @ The Horn (St. Albans)
May 15th @ The Bell (Devizes)
May 16th @ The Portland (Cambridge)
May 17th @ Moles (Bath) w/ Decade, Only Rivals - CANCELED
May 18th @ Barfly (London) w/ Decade, Only Rivals
May 19th @ Epic Studio 3 (Norwich) w/ Decade, Only Rivals
May 20th @ King Tuts (Glasgow) w/ Decade, Only Rivals
May 21st @ Academy 2 (Newcastle) w/ Decade, Only Rivals
May 22nd @ Sound Control (Manchester) w/ Decade, Only Rivals
June 18th @ Artrocker New Blood Festival (London)
June 21st @ Camden Crawl - The Beatrice (London)
July 2nd @ Undertone - Millionaires Club Night (Cardiff)
July 11th @ 2000 Trees Festival (Cheltenham)
July 19th @ Truck Festival (Oxford)
August 1st @ Y Not Festival (Matlock)
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