Following on from their recent debut hit Skirts, Bristol's The Other Tribe are now preparing to hit the road once again to spread their visceral, addictive dance music across an array of intimate venues. Delivering an unforgettable set of live shows this summer (including Secret Garden Party and Bestival), the guys have seen a forever growing list of taste maker DJs supporting their music on radio including Fearne Cotton, Annie Mac, Rob Da Bank, Nick Grimshaw, Eddy Temple Morris, and Pete Tong.
The tour will kick off in Oxford on December 3rd, will put in some serious motorway mileage up and down the country, and then back down to Bristol to play a show in their home town club of Thekla before finishing off with a show at Cardiff's Clwb Ifor Bach on December 14th.
FULL DATES DECEMBER
Mon 03: Bullingdon, Oxford
Tue 04: Green Door Store, Brighton
Wed 05: Hoxton Bar & Kitchen, London
Fri 07: Soup Kitchen, Manchester
Sat 08: Shipping Forecast, Liverpool
Sun 09: Cockpit 2, Leeds
Mon 10: Bodega, Nottingham
Wed 12: Hare & Hounds, Birmingham
Thurs 13: Thekla, Bristol
Fri 14: Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
The summer mood of 'Skirts' is set from the off, the chorus hook transplanting you to a sea of smiling faces at the best festival you've never been to. It all feels super 8 and slow mo until the bleeps drop you in to a funky, bass driven groove before the vocal takes you again to somewhere hot, sweaty and a whole load of fun. Vintage sounding rave synths underpin the biggest chorus hook you'll want to hear all summer and the tribal onslaught of the dance floor destroying main drop makes trying to stay still pleasingly futile. By the last chorus kicks in your inhibitions have willingly evaporated and you're completely in The Other Tribe's world.