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CULTURE ABUSE ANNOUNCE UK HEADLINE TOUR DATES FOR OCTOBER

July 8, 2018

 

CULTURE ABUSE ANNOUNCE UK HEADLINE TOUR
DATES FOR OCTOBER

Following their supporting tour with The Bronx, Modern Life Is War and Cro Mags this month, Culture Abuse have announced a European headlining tour in October and November this year that kick off with  nine UK shows.

 

17-Oct-2018, Southampton, Joiners (UK)
18-Oct-2018, Birmingham, Actress & Bishop (UK)
19-Oct-2018, Nottingham, Bodega (UK)
20-Oct-2018, Leeds, Key Club (UK)
21-Oct-2018, Brighton, Hope & Ruin (UK)
22-Oct-2018, Bristol, Exchange (UK)
23-Oct-2018, Glasgow, King Tuts (UK)
24-Oct-2018, Manchester, Star & Garter (UK)
25-Oct-2018, London, Boston Music room (UK)
27-Oct-2018, Hasselt, Groezrock Indoors (BE)
28-Oct-2018, Hamburg, Hafenklang (DE)
30-Oct-2018, Leipzig, Conne Island (DE)
31-Oct-2018, Berlin, Cassiopeia (DE)
01-Nov-2018, Darmstadt, Oettinger Villa (DE)
02-Nov-2018, Wien, Chelsea (AT)
03-Nov-2018, Zurich, Dynamo (CH)
04-Nov-2018, Milan, Legend Club (IT)
07-Nov-2018, Bilbao, Sala Nave 9 (ES)
08-Nov-2018, Gijon, Sala Memphis(ES)
09-Nov-2018, Madrid, Sala Sirico(ES)
10-Nov-2018, Barcelona, Sala Almo2bar(ES)
13-Nov-2018, Stuttgart, Keller Club (DE)
14-Nov-2018, Cologne, Gebäude 9 (DE)
15-Nov-2018, Rotterdam, Rotown (NL)
16-Nov-201, Norwich, Waterfront Studio (UK)
17-Nov-2018, Sheffield, Sheffield Foundry (UK)

The band will be touring in support of Bay Dream, their sophomore album, and the first full-length release for Epitaph Records, which was released last week.

Produced, engineered, and mixed by Carlos de la Garza (Wolf Alice, Jimmy Eat World, Cherry Glazerr), Bay Dream follows Culture Abuse’s 2016 debut Peach. With its lyrics informed by frontman David Kelling’s recent relocation from San Francisco to L.A., Bay Dream draws inspiration from artists as eclectic as Sly and the Family Stone, Paul Simon, and reggae legend Billy Boyo.

Bay Dream includes the recently released single “Dip.” In creating the track’s high-concept yet lo-fi video (which premiered on Tuesday), director Ryan Baxley built a human-sized photocopy machine, and essentially turned the clip into an animated zine.

Watch the video for “Dip” here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bVTiKdTTOjE

https://cultureabuse.bandcamp.com/

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