London trio deep tan have announced details of their second EP, ‘diamond horsetail’.
The three-piece will follow up their debut EP ‘creeping speedwells’ - which was released last summer - when their latest offering is released digitally on 6th May, with a physical release set to follow on 22nd July.
They’ve also offered up a first taste of their forthcoming EP in the form of new track ‘rudy ya ya ya’ - aka, as the band puts it, “the rudy giuliani diss track you never asked for”.
That’s not all: the trio also have a hefty run of live shows scheduled for the coming months, including spots supporting Bodega and Bambara.
Check out their upcoming live dates, and listen to ‘rudy ya ya ya’ below.
31 Moth Club, London [w/ Bodega]
02 Doornroosje, Nijmegen (NL) [w/ Bodega]
03 Paradiso Noord, Amsterdam (NL) [w/ Bodega]
04 Muziekgieterij, Maastricht (NL) [w/ Bodega]
05 Le Grand Mix, Tourcoing (FR) [w/ Bodega]
06 La Maroquinnerie, Paris (FR) [w/ Bodega]
07 Tufnell Park Dome, London [w/ Bambara]
08 Portland Arms, Cambridge [w/ Bambara]
09 Norwich Arts Centre, Norwich [w/ Bambara]
11 Firebug, Leicester [w/ Bambara]
12 The Brudenell Club, Leeds [w/ Bambara]
13 The Cluny, Newcastle [w/ Bambara]
14 Sneaky Pete’s, Edinburgh [w/ Bambara]
15 Sneaky Pete’s, Edinburgh [w/ Bambara]
16 Stereo, Glasgow [w/ Bambara]
18 The Leadmill, Sheffield [w/ Bambara]
19 Hare and Hounds, Birmingham [w/ Bambara]
06 Focus Wales, Wrexham
07 Are You Listening Festival?, Reading
20 Zerox, Newcastle
21 The Great Eastern Festival, Edinburgh
22 Record Junkee, Sheffield
24 Rough Trade, Nottingham
25 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
27 Headrow House, Leeds
28 YES (Basement) (Mood Swings) Manchester
29 Hare & Hounds, Birmingham
01 Venue MOT, London
22-24 Truck Festival, Oxford
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