Future of the Left hit the road
Future Of The Left announce further UK dates in support of their critically acclaimed album "Travels With Myself And Another", which is the band's last album for 4AD.
After releasing three albums with Too Pure/4AD as Mclusky and two as Future of the Left, the band have reached the end of a partnership with the label that began on Valentine's Day 2001.
The band are currently on a sold-out tour of Australia and New Zealand, following a busy 2009 which saw them featuring highly in the year-end polls, and playing a shedload of shows across Europe and the US, and are going into the studio in February to start work on their next album. Andy says "Travels was, after a difficult gestation period, an album that we are inordinately proud of. Before the process of starting each record I always say I want to write a pop album and then our personalities get in the way. This time I'm hoping to take the thing full circle and to channel the spirit of Freddie Mercury (nb. not Brian May) through Slayer's backline."
Here are full dates for the UK Tour:
16th JAN - NEWCASTLE - CLUNY
17th JAN - ABERDEEN - TUNNELS
18th JAN - GLASGOW - KING TUTS
19th JAN - MANCHESTER - RUBY LOUNGE
21st JAN - NOTTINGHAM - BODEGA
22nd JAN - LEEDS - COCKPIT
23rd JAN - SHEFFIELD - CORPORATION
28th JAN - CARDIFF- IFOR BACH