Leeds band Pulled Apart By Horses celebrate the end of their most successful year to date with the release of a four track EP featuring brand new songs, penned for release on November 17th.
The band have also been confirmed as support to Kasabian in Europe before they come back to play a headline UK tour with support from Menace Beach.
Describing the first night of the tour, Q Magazine described the show as "a wall of fans surge to the front of the stage and form a crashing whirlwind of limbs. Crowd surfers roll from the moshpit to the back of the club."
The 'Medium Rare EP's title track is taken from the band's third album 'Blood' which was released in September, and is joined by brand new tracks 'Run Boy Run' and 'Beat Up'. The EP is completed with a live version of the Stooges classic 'I Wanna Be Your Dog', recorded in Paris earlier this year.
Guitarist James Brown commented: "'Medium Rare' was the final track written for 'Blood' and the majority of the song was written in the studio. It seems to be a live favourite at the moment and kind of made sense to be released as a single. It's downright sleaze that has been cooked to personal preference.
Joining Kasabian on the road for three weeks around Europe is pretty exciting for us and were really looking forward to playing to some new people and hopefully not crushing their souls with our riffs and rather enlightening them. It'll be the first time we've played venues of this size out there so we can't wait!"
Pulled Apart By Horses on tour with Kasabian:
24 Germany, Bremen, Pier 2 2
25 Germany, Berlin, Columbiahalle
26 Germany, Munich, Kesselhaus
28 Germany, Neu-IIsenburg, Hugenottenhalle
29 Germany, Koln, Palladium
31 Italy, Rome, Palalottomatica
1 Italy, Milan, Mediolanum Forum
4 Switzerland, Zurich, Maag Hall
6 Holland, Amsterdam, HMH
7 France, Paris, Zenith
8 Belgium, Brussels, Club Forest National
Pulled Apart By Horses Headline Dates (supported by Menace Beach):
21 Manchester, Gorilla
22 Glasgow, Stereo
24 Brighton, Haunt/Concorde 2
25 Birmingham, Library
26 Bristol, Fleece
28 London, Heaven
Tickets on sale now for the headline tour priced £12 (£14 in London)