Booking now: Hinds announce support acts for their UK and European tour

Hinds announce support acts for their UK and European tour

Sun Club, Public Access TV and Tall Juan will support the band on their 2016 run.

Hinds have announced the support acts hitting the road with them next year for their Leave Me Alone World Tour Part 1. Tall Juan, Sun Club, and long-time tour pals Public Access TV will join the Spanish four-piece on the UK and European leg of the tour.

Hinds release their debut album, ‘Leave Me Alone’ on 8th January via Lucky Number. Read the DIY cover feature with the band, from our November issue, here and catch Hinds in the following cities next year.

JAN
13 France, Lille, Le Grand Mix*
15 Germany, Berlin, Lido*
16 Germany, Hamburg, Molotow*
17 Germany, Frankfurt, Zoom*
19 Switzerland, Zurich, Bogen F*
21 Italy, Turin, Astoria*
22 Italy, Bologne, Covo Club*
23 Italy, Milan, Anti Social*
25 Austria, Vienna, B72*
26 Germany, Munich, Café Milla*
27 Switzerland, Lausanne, Le Romandie*
29 Spain, Barcelona, Sidecar @
30 Spain, Madrid, Ochoymedio @

FEB
15 England, Cambridge, Portland Arms ^
16 England, Norwich, Arts Centre ^
17 England, Nottingham, Rescue Rooms ^
18 England, London, KOKO ^
20 England, Manchester, Gorilla ^
21 Scotland, Glasgow, Stereo ^
22 England, Leeds, Brudenell Social Club ^
23 England, Birmingham, Hare and Hounds ^
24 England, Bristol, The Fleece ^
26 England, Brighton, Patterns ^
27 Netherlands, Amsterdam, Bitterzoet ^
28 Belgium, Brussels, AB Club ^

* = Sun Club @ = Tall Juan ^ = Public Access TV

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