The Rifles single news and tour dates
The Rifles release single "Repeated Offender" (Red Ink/Right Hook Recordings) on March the 6th, 2006.
Format details are:
Two Track CD – Repeated Offender / Fighting
7” #1 – Repeated Offender / Rainy Monday
7” #2 – Repeated Offender / Repeated Offender Acoustic
"Repeated Offender" is produced by Ian Broudie of The Lightning Seeds. According to singer Joel Stoker, “It’s about one of my mates but I don’t want to say which one incase he fucking reads about it. Everyone’s got one of them in their group that’s just a nightmare when they have a drink. They start trouble every time they go out.”
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The band, who have received acclaim from Zane Lowe and Graham Coxon, will also be playing the following dates..
15/02/2006 Astoria London, NME Brats Nights with Boy Kill Boy.
16/02/2006 King Tuts Glasgow.
17/02/2006 Academy, Newcastle.
18/02/2006 Faversham, Leeds.
20/02/2006 Sugarmill, Stoke.
21/02/2006 Soundhaus, Northampton.
22/02/2006 Fleece & Firkin, Bristol.
23/02/2006 Bunters (Tuck Shop), Truro.
25/02/2006 Colosseum, Coventry.
26/02/2006 Zodiac, Oxford.
27/02/2006 Chinnerys, Southend.
01/03/2006 Soul Tree, Cambridge.
02/03/2006 Moles Club, Bath.
03/03/2006 Met Lounge, Peterborough.
04/03/2006 Leadmill, Sheffield.
06/03/2006 Academy Birmingham.
07/03/2006 Social, Nottingham.
08/03/2006 Roadhouse, Manchester.
09/03/2006 93 Feet East, London.
.. and be supporting the Dead 60's on:
Weds 15th March - Manchester University
Thu 16th March - The Colosseum, Coventry
Sat 18th March - The Ballroom, Nottingham
Sun 19th March - The Astoria, London