PINS announce April 2017 tour

December 7, 2016


“Noise, power and melody; you can hear the ambition of a band on the brink of a major breakthrough” Q

“Terrific songwriting – a confident step forward” The Observer

“The confident sound of a band exploring and developing” The Quietus

Manchester all-female five-piece PINS have announced a UK tour for April 2017 commencing in Cardiff and culminating in a hometown show in Manchester.

The last two years have seen packed out touring schedules for the band, supporting the likes of Sleater-Kinney, Drenge, The Subways, Best Coast and most recently Honeyblood, aswell as perform their own headline gigs and shows at festivals including SXSW and Secret Garden Party. They have just announced a UK tour in April next year and tickets go on sale this Thursday at 10am.

Following the release of their acclaimed second album Wild Nights last year, PINS have been back in the studio, where they have collaborated with the legendary Iggy Pop, and will be releasing new music soon, with tracks available to download in February. Iggy Pop says;

“I’ve got a session with a bunch of girls from Manchester called PINS. They sent me a good song and they’re looking for a narration in it, and I liked their music and their picture, so I’m doing that.” 

Until then, they have released their own Christmas song Come on Home (It’s Christmas), which features exclusively on Amazon Music on the Indie for the Holidays playlist, and is available here – Come on Home (It’s Christmas).

Full April 2017 tour dates are as follows:
Mon   10th      Cardiff           The Moon Club
Tues    11th     Brighton        Rialto
Wed  12th       Oxford           The Bullingdon
Thurs   13th    Norwich         Arts Centre
Fri        14th    Glasgow        Broadcast
Sat     15th      Edinburgh     Sneaky Pete’s
Mon   17th      Newcastle     Cluny 2
Tues    18th    Leeds            Headrow House
Wed  19th      London          Moth Club
Thurs   20th    Bedford        Esquires
Fri        21st    Leicester      The Cookie
Sat     22nd    Manchester   White Hotel

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