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The Family Rain announce Broken Hands, Tiger Cub & Gengahr will join ‘Bad Weather’ tour‏

June 3, 2014

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ANNOUNCE BROKEN HANDS, TIGER CUB AND GENGAHR WILL JOIN THE BAND ON THEIR ‘BAD WEATHER’ TOUR

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The Family Rain have announced today that Brighton’s Tiger Cub, Canterbury’s Broken Hands and London based band Gengahr will be joining the trio for their ‘Bad Weather’ tour that kicks off in Birmingham tomorrow.

The ‘Bad Weather’ tour sees the brotherhood flying across the UK for six headline shows this month, with a homecoming gig at Bath’s Komedia, and a finale at Dingwalls, London.

Last week, the Family Rain announced the release of a new four track EP titled Hunger Sauce, due for release July 28th via Mountbatten Recordings/Kobalt. Each of the recordings that were recorded with producer Tom Dalgety (Royal Blood, Band Of Skulls, Maccabees) will be accompanied by a new music video, each of which will be released over the coming month. Music video for lead single ‘You Should Be Glad You’ve Got A Man’ streaming on YouTube now and is also available for free from the band’s SoundCloud.

The trio from Bath spent 2013 relentlessly on the road, knocking up over 200 shows and touring with Biffy Clyro, Jake Bugg, Miles Kane, The Courteeners, Deap Vally, and Darlia who supported the band on their last headline run in November.

Tour Dates

04/06/2014 Birmingham, Hare and Hounds
05/06/2014 Leeds, Cockpit, w/ Tiger Cub
09/06/2014 Manchester, Night and Day, w/ Gengahr
10/06/2014 Glasgow, King Tuts
11/06/2014 Bath, Komedia, w/ Gengahr
12/06/2014 London, Dingwalls, w/ Broken Hands, Tiger Cub

The full track listing is as follows:

1. You Should Be Glad You’ve Got A Man
2. We Are In Love
3. Tarantula
4. Punch Bowl

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