Kagoule have announced details of a free download. Adjust The Way will be available to download via Hate Hate Hate onMonday 18th November.
Recorded by the band at First Love Studios in their hometown of Nottingham, Adjust The Way marks the beginning of the band's journey into 2014 and the band stepping into all the venues that their young age has previously prohibited them from playing.
Kagoule have just turned 18 yet harbor skills far beyond their years and demonstrate a rare instinct to create something new from the familiar palette of the three-piece punk band. Adjust the Way represents Kagoule's heavier side whilst still containing all the moments of raw emotional contrast and unnerving lyrical poignancy demonstrated in their early demos 'Monarchy' & 'Made Of Concrete', both written at age 15 and immediately picked up by BBC's Dean Jackson.
Having previously supported Temples, Drenge and Childhood, the band are set for a mini tour around the UK. Please see full list of dates below:
Friday 6 December Nottingham Lacehouse
Monday 9 December Newcastle Think Tank
Tuesday 10 December Aberdeen Tunnels
Wednesday 11 December Glasgow King Tuts
Friday 13 December York Duchess
Saturday 14 December Manchester Fallow
Sunday 15 December Brighton Hope
Kagoule are: Cai Burns (guitar/vocals), Lucy E Hatter (bass/vocals) and Lawrence English (drums).
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