Following a number of UK dates in September and October, Cheatahs are taking their blissed-out indie-rock on the road across Europe in support of their friends Metz (Sub Pop Records) for a run of shows this November.
The band recently announced the release of their next (double A-sided) single, 'Cut the Grass' / 'Kenworth' on seven-inch on the 14th October
Defined by potently raw guitars, ambient noise and soaring melodies, the two songs see the band harness their powerful live shows and transcend their first few underground releases with a matured ease. A serious sign of the strength and depth of their debut full length which will be released worldwide by Wichita Recordings in early 2014.
Full listings for Cheatahs Autumn 2013:
14 Sep - Southsea Festival, Portsmouth
26 Sep - 229, London w/ Frankie & The Heartstings and Johnny Foreigner
17 Oct - SWN Festival, Cardiff
18 Oct - Sebright Arms, London Wichita 13th Birthday Party
19 Oct - Gathering Festival, Oxford
1 Nov - Exit 07, Luxembourg w/ Metz
2 Nov - Rotonde, Brussels w/ Metz
4 Nov - Hafenklang, Hamburg w/ Metz
6 Nov - Beta, Copenhagen w/ Metz
7 Nov - Debaser Medis, Stockholm w/ Metz
8 Nov - John Dee, Oslo w/ Metz
9 Nov - Henriksberg, Gothenburg w/ Metz
11 Nov - Bi Nuu, Berlin w/ Metz
12 Nov - Hydrozagadka, Warsaw w/ Metz
13 Nov - Bezsennosc, Wroclaw w/ Metz
14 Nov - 007 Club, Prague w/ Metz
15 Nov - Cafe Cairo, Wurzburg w/ Metz
16 Nov - Le Romandie Club, Lausanne w/ Metz
17 Nov - Lo Fi Club, Milan w/ Metz
19 Nov - Marche Gare, Lyon w/ Metz
20 Nov - La Gaite Lyrique, Paris w/ Metz
22 Nov - Deaf Institute, Manchester w/ Metz
23 Nov - Broadcast, Glasgow w/ Metz
25 Nov - Brudenell Social Club, Leeds w/ Metz
26 Nov - Start The Bus, Bristol w/ Metz
27 Nov - The Haunt, Brighton w/ Metz
28 Nov - Village Underground, London w/ Metz
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