Krill announce first UK and EU tour dates‏

November 7, 2014


Krill announce first EU tour



Watch video for ‘Peanut Butter’

Boston’s Krill have announced their first ever EU tour, taking place February 2015 including six shows in the UK. Having been tipped by the likes of Guardian and NME for their recent shows at CMJ, the tour follows the UK reissue of their album Lucky Leaves, released December 1st via new label Steak Club / Blood and Biscuits.

Krill have previously played shows in the US with the likes of Deerhoof, Speedy Ortiz, Big Ups and The Thermals and will play one special show in Brighton alongside Alex G.

The UK reissue of Lucky Leaves is available to pre-order on vinyl now and is available to stream and download via Bandcamp now. Krill recently released the video for Lucky Leaves’ UK bonus track ‘Peanut Butter

Krill are Jonah Furman (bass, vocals), Aaron Ratoff (guitar), Ian Becker (drums).

Tour dates

23rd Feb              Manchester, UK               Gullivers                                              TICKETS

24th Feb              Leeds, UK                            Brudenell Social Club                      Free Entry

25th Feb              London, UK                        Old Blue Last                                      TICKETS

27th Feb              Glasgow, UK                      Broadcast                                            TICKETS

28th Feb              Bristol, UK                           Start The Bus                                     TICKETS

1st March            Brighton, UK                      Green Door Store W/ Alex G      TICKETS

3rd March           Paris, FR                               Espace B                                              TICKETS

4th March           Antwerp, BE                       Trix Bar                                                 TICKETS

5th March           Haarlem, NL                       Patronaat                                            Free Entry

6th March           Zeewolde, NL                    Where The Wild Things Are         TICKETS

Praise for Krill:

Krill’s songs will reach anyone living in a state of hopelessness and make them feel like conquering the world. Here’s hoping these guys doStereogum

Furman yanks on every line’s final word with a manic drawl that suggests a man sprinting between walls to bash his head against themPitchfork

A deviant and oddball album and all the better for itLondon In Stereo


stuffed with the kind of yelpy, jangly, nasal rawk anthems that keep college radio stations permanently turntNoisey

Krill’s rankled jangle recalls Modest Mouse or Built to Spill, but with Doug Martsch being treated for rabies: excitable and spastic, but with half a mind still able to focusConsequence Of Sound |

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