TRAILS and Scouts Announce February 2015 Co-headline Tour‏

December 11, 2014

“Viciously catchy rock songs” – Rock Sound
“A delicious fusion of jarring time changes and delicate, happy melodies'”- Kerrang!
“Trails have outdone themselves” – DeadPress
“A bold and confident debut…completely unique” – Hit The Floor 
“A solidly brilliant debut effort” – Bring The Noise
“An immense talent with untapped potential” – Already Heard
“This is a band – and an album – that means business” – Distorted Input

TRAILS Announce February 2015 Co-Headline Tour With Scouts
New Album ‘Crooked Trees’ Out Now via Failure By Design Records

7719fc1d-d296-4335-a6dd-14d71e25c6f2Guidford based angular-punk quartet TRAILS have just announced a run of UK co-headline tour dates with friends Scouts for February 2015, in support of their new album Crooked Trees. The co-headline tour sees them teaming up with the Liverpudlian grunge rockers for a raucous week of shows up and down the UK (see below for full dates and poster).

TRAILS recently released their crowd-funded debut album ‘Crooked Trees’ – fans can purchase on vinyl through Failure By Design Records or digitally here – and their latest single ‘Echoes in Eternity’ comes complete with a reverse slow-mo video that the band conceived and edited themselves, starring Karl Sursham from friends in fellow-Guildford based melodic hardcore punks DARKO, who starts (and finishes) the video covered in water, paint, flour and sweat.


Tour dates with the likes of breakthrough UK bands like Arcane Roots, The Computers, Tellison, Don Broco and Scholars, as well as appearances at Great Escape and Beach Break Festivals, are already marking these boys out as ones to watch, with support for the single coming from Team Rock, Amazing Radio and Kerrang Radio.

TRAILS & Scouts February 2015 Co-headline Tour:

Feb 20th – Upstairs@The Garage – London
Feb 21st – Sticky Mikes – Brighton
Feb 22nd – Temple of Boom – Leeds
Feb 26th – Bierkeller – Manchester

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