Following the recent release of their acclaimed debut EP 'Tropes' on ASL Records, London noise-pop duo Crushed Beaks have announced a string of new tour dates to support the release.
The dates include shows with Big Deal and Beaty Heart as well as appearances at Norwich Sound and Vision and SWN Festivals. The band will also return to Italy for three dates in the last week of October.
With the Tropes EP's recent release finding the band championed by revered BBC Radio One and 6Music DJ's such as Huw Stephens, Nick Grimshaw and Tom Ravenscroft, as well as a slew of great reviews from NME, Clash and many more, these forthcoming dates will further solidify Crushed Beaks as one of the finest guitar properties around. Already boasting a live power far beyond the two pieces glass ceiling, Crushed Beaks are sure to turn more and more heads with the forthcoming dates.
The 'Tropes' EP is out now on ASL Records.
Forthcoming UK Tour Dates
October 12th Norwich Sound and Vision Festival, Norwich (Best Fit and ASL Records Stage)
October 16th Soundhouse, Leicester
October 17th Korova, Liverpool
October 18th The Harley, Sheffield
October 19th SWN Festival, Cardiff (Moshi Moshi Stage)
October 24th Sala Espace, Turin, Italy
October 25th Lottarox, Milan, Italy
October 26th Combo, Firenze, Italy
November 1st The Castle, Manchester w/ Beaty Heart
November 2nd 60 Million Postcards, Bournemouth w/ Big Deal
November 3rd The Hope, Brighton w/ Big Deal
November 28th Moles, Bath
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