Bristol’s Spectres announce UK tour – New album, Condition out March 10th on Sonic Cathedral

January 27, 2017

Bristol’s Spectres announce UK tour
New album, Condition out March 10th
on Sonic Cathedral


Spectres have announced a mammoth tour of the UK and Europe to support the release of their second album, Condition, which is out on March 10 on Sonic Cathedral. The dates begin with a special hometown show at Bristol’s Cube cinema, where the band will be performing Condition in full, as part of an intense AV show. They then visit Ramsgate, London and Cornwall, before forays to Spain, Italy, Germany and Denmark, then heading back to Scotland, the north, the midlands and ending up back in Bristol at the end of April.

Condition is the follow-up to their acclaimed 2015 debut, Dying, it was recorded by Dominic Mitchison in the band’s adopted home city of Bristol and mastered by Frank Arkwright (Mogwai, 65daysofstatic) at Abbey Road in London.

It’s louder and more abrasive than their debut, but also a real progression. It sounds huge and adds a genuinely innovative and confrontational edge, partly inspired by last year’s remix album, Dead, which saw everyone from Factory Floor to Richard Fearless instructed to “kill” the songs from Dying.

UK shows:
March 4 – Bristol – The Cube:
March 21 – Ramsgate – Ramsgate Music Hall:
March 23 – London – Birthdays:
March 25 – Falmouth – MONO:
April 19 – Nottingham – The Angel:
April 20 – Sheffield – Picture House Social:
April 21 – Glasgow – Nice N Sleazy:–guests-nice-n-sleazy/
April 22 – Edinburgh – Sneaky Pete’s:
April 23 – Sunderland – The Museum Vaults
April 24 – Leeds – Brudenell Social Club:
April 25 – Birmingham – Hare & Hounds:
April 26 – Oxford – The Cellar:
April 27 – Rugby – Venue TBA:
April 28 – – Brighton – The Hope & Ruin:
April 29 – Bristol – The Exchange

Check out their video for “Dissolve” and listen to their latest single “Neck”.

Spectres are:
Joe Hatt (vocals, guitar)
Adrian Dutt (guitar)
Darren Frost (bass)
Andy Came (drums)

Pre-order links:
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