Booking now: Eagulls and Protomartyr announce joint-headline tour, TRAAMS to support

Eagulls and Protomartyr announce joint-headline tour, TRAAMS to support

Did someone say ‘Tour of the Year’?

Eagulls and Detroit punks Protomartyr have announced a joint-headline tour, taking place this October.

Five shows take place across the country, with Traams completing an incredible triple-bill of noisy gems from both sides of the pond.

Before the Protomartyr shows, Eagulls support Parquet Courts in London and Manchester. They’re also appearing at Southsea Festival, By The Sea and Liverpool Psych Festival.

Tickets for the new shows go on sale from 9am, Thursday 28th July.

Check out the group’s full schedule above a new video for ‘Velvet’, taken from 2016 LP ‘Ullages’.

JULY
29 Pikehall, Y Not Festival
30 Kendal, Kendal Calling

AUGUST
26-28 Reading & Leeds

SEPTEMBER
02 Portmeirion, Festival No. 6
23 Preston, The Ferret
24 Liverpool, Psych Festival

OCTOBER
01 Southsea Festival
02 Margate, By the Sea Festival
08 Bognor Regis, Rockaway Beach (w/ Suede)
10 Manchester, Academy 2 (w/ Parquet Courts)
11 London, Forum (w/ Parquet Courts)
23 Hull, New Adelphi (w/ Protomartyr and Traams)
24 York, The Crescent Community Centre (w/ Protomartyr and Traams)
25 Brighton, Concorde 2 (w/ Protomartyr and Traams)
26 Bristol, Fiddlers (w/ Protomartyr and Traams)
27 Nottingham, Rescue Rooms

Photo: Robin Pope / DIY.

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