ANNOUNCE SEPTEMBER UK TOUR
SUPPORTED BY DANGERS OF LOVE
‘Chris’ out now on Salinas Records
In support of their new album ‘Chris’, Philadelphia’s Big Nothing today announce their first UK tour. The album has received glowing reviews and recently featured in Rolling Stone’s Songs You Need To Know.
19 SEPTEMBER London Paper Dress Vintage
20 SEPTEMBER Brighton The Richmond
21 SEPTEMBER Sheffield TBA
22 SEPTEMBER Leeds Wharf Chambers (Matinee)
23 SEPTEMBER Glasgow 13th Note
24 SEPTEMBER Manchester Peer Hat
25 SEPTEMBER Newport Le Pub
26 SEPTEMBER Bristol The Exchange (Basement)
FFO: Superchunk, Teenage Fanclub
Big Nothing features four longterm members of the Philly DIY scene, whose members include Pat Graham of Spraynard, Matt Quinn, formerly of Crybaby, Liz Parsons, formerly of Casual, and Chris Jordan, formerly of Young Livers. Pat, Liz, and Matt all write songs and sing on different parts of the record, which lend a lot of ideas and sounds to a record that’s built around simple songs with catchy hooks, inspired by the uniquely inclusive and encouraging scene they come from.
DANGERS OF LOVE
FFO: The Exploding Hearts, Oasis
London’s Dangers of Love released their self-titled debut EP this summer. A raucous piece of infectious punk rock that’s set to soundtrack hazy summer afternoons and sticky dance floors. We live in fractious times and polemic has been at the core of the great albums of the last year. Their ability to conjure melody in the most furious of punk anthems forces this release into the urgent narrative.The debut six track EP is the sound of real people scraping by, falling in and out of love and dealing with life’s trivialities. Most of all, it’s a record to listen to loudly and feel its unifying spirit.