"Ever since we formed this band it was a goal of ours to have the opportunity to tour overseas. Never in our wildest dreams did we ever see ourselves not only traveling the world many time over, but at the same time start to feel as at home overseas as we do in our own country. This European tour marks a monumental achievement in our band's career and it will commemorate all that we have achieved together and serve as a new expanse of sturdy ground as we move forward into the future. " says the band.
The band have done a great cover of 'Cat Heaven' by the wonderful, Jets To Brazil which can be exclusively downloaded from the bands official web site
Singer James says: "We were fucking around with recording a cover in my living room. We decided to go with one of my favorite songs by one of our favorite bands, Jets To Brazil. It's a gorgeous song that I can never tell whether or not it's saddest or happiest thing I've ever heard. I suppose it's a lot like life. Enjoy"
'Everything You Ever Loved', the band's sophomore full-length release which was produced by Matt Bayles (Mastodon, Cursive, Minus the Bear) received critical acclaim upon release earlier this year via Rise Records.
UK TOUR DATES (full dates at bands website)
Thurs 14th March Southampton Unit
Fri 15th March London Borderline
Sat 16th March Manchester, NQ Live (w/Bouncing Souls, Cheap Girls)
Mon 18th March Leeds Cockpit 3
Tues 19th March Glasgow Audio
Tickets priced at £8-£12.50
New England's Make Do And Mend will be returning to UK shores for a headline run in March 2013. The band will take in dates across Europe before heading to the UK for a short run. Band has announced that ANYONE who purchases tickets in advance will get a FREE 11x17 card stock poster of the tour
-Advance ticket holders will show proof of advance ticket purchase at the door to get their print.
Supports will come from Daylight (US-Run for Cover Records) and Chain Of Flowers (UKFear and Records) across all dates.
Many ticket-holders couldn't get into the O2 Arena show on Tuesday night (September 19th) because they didn't bring photo ID to match their booking.
An album re-release, a new song and a documentary mark the singer's legacy this year.
The actor plays the titular hero in the forthcoming adaptation.