We are extremely happy to announce that American band TINY MOVING PARTS will be making their way over to our shores, for their first ever UK shows, with Modern Baseball and Into It. Over It. What a line up!
And the boys are just as excited as us to be heading over to the UK for the very first time;
"We can't wait!!! We've heard a trillion amazing things about the UK. We are extremely happy to do doing this tour with the Modern Baseball boys and the wonderful Into It. Over It.! It's going to be a party!!!" - Dylan Mattheisen
Tiny Moving Parts consist of guitarist/vocalist Dylan Mattheisen and his cousins, brothers Billy Chevalier (drums) and Matt Chevalier (bass/vocals). Over the past two years of non-stop touring, they've quickly gained attention for their complex musicianship, outstanding songs, frenzied live sets, and Dylan's nonstop, irrepressible grin. When you hear about a band coming out of nowhere, it's a sure bet that very few of them mean it in the way that these guys do. Hailing from the tiny town of Benson, which boasts a population of just 3,000 people, they have plenty of practice making their own fun - and it's quite apparent on their sophomore record, 'Pleasant Living'.
19 Mar Netherlands Amsterdam The Winston
20 Mar Germany Berlin Cassiopeia
21 Mar Germany Hamburg Molotow
22 Mar Germany Cologne Club Bahnhof Ehrenfeld
23 Mar Belgium Antwerp JC Kavka
24 Mar UK Southampton Joiners
25 Mar UK Manchester Sound Control
26 Mar UK Leeds Brudenell Social Club
27 Mar UK Glasgow Stereo
28 Mar UK London The Dome Tuffnell Park
29 Mar UK Bristol The Fleece
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