|The Music Co-Headline tour with Coral|
| Following the release of The People EP on April 29th, The Music have announced details of a major co-headline tour of the UK with Liverpools The Coral. The Music have recently completed a sold out UK mini tour, culminating in a support slot with The Doves at Londons Astoria. |
The Coral, winners of the NME Philip Hall On Award, have recently released the Skeleton Key EP through Deltasonic. The band have also recently completed their debut album with Ian Brodie.
Both bands have previously played together in Leeds and Liverpool in October 2001.
The dates are as follows:
01.06.02 Sheffield Leadmill
02.06.02 Leicester Charlotte (without The Coral)
04.06.02 Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms
05.06.02 London ULU
06.06.02 London ULU
07.06.02 Birmingham Academy 2
09.06.02 Oxford Zodiac
10.06.02 Cardiff Coal Exchange
11.06.02 Brighton Concorde 2
12.06.02 Northampton Roadmender
13.06.02 Manchester University
15.06.02 Middlesborough Town Hall
16.06.02 Glasgow QMU
Tickets for the shows will be 8.50, except in London where they will be 9.50 and will be available from www.gigsandtours.com
The Music released their limited edition debut single, Take The Long Road And Walk It through Fierce Panda in May of last year and subsequently signed to Hut Recordings in the summer releasing the You Might As Well Try To Fuck Me EP in November 2001. The band are currently recording their debut album with Jim Abbiss who has also worked with the likes of DJ Shadow and Bjork.
'The People video can now be seen in its entirety in the Tracks section of the bands website www.themusic.uk.com
You can also hear three of the tracks from the forthcoming EP The People and Let Love Be The Healer and 'Life'on the artist site.
Formed at school in Leeds, The Music are Robert Harvey (vocals / guitar); Stuart Coleman (bass); Adam Nutter (guitar) & Phil Jordan (drums).