Bad For Lazarus tour dates


Brighton based Bad for Lazarus are the new noise-merchants to watch out for. Pitching their violent pop in an ungodly realm somewhere between Buddy Holly and Slayer, their sound straddles a wealth of punk, hardcore, Motown and doo-wop influences whilst maintaining a self defined mission to write simple yet brilliant songs.

Over the past year and a half, they have already built a reputation as one of the South’s most bombastic and vicious live acts, leaving a trail of shattered glass and sweat stained walls in their wake. Towards the end of last year, their debut self-released single ‘Old Rats on a New Ship’ saw ears prick up and column inches roll in from The Mail on Sunday through to Thrash Hits.

Now, after a break to work on writing and recording their debut album, Bad for Lazarus are back, kicking off proceedings with a full UK tour including a run of dates with fellow Brighton punks, Eighties matchbox B-line Disaster.

The tour will be followed by the announcement of the band’s second single release, with an album to follow later this year.

See Bad for Lazarus live:

May 19 Liverpool Krazy House *
May 20 Leeds Cockpit*
May 21 Stoke Sugarmill*
May 22 Sheffield Corporation*
May 24 Newcastle The Cluny*
May 26 London The Gaff
May 27 Brighton The Pav Tav
May 28 York The Duchess*
June 2 Birmingham Hare And Hounds*
*with Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster

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