Hawk Eyes, Turbowolf and James Cleaver Quartet team up for November tour!

The always brilliant Hawk Eyes (formerly Chickenhawk) are teaming up with Turbowolf and James Cleaver Quartet for a November UK tour. Find out more info and check out dates below:


Turbowolf have just announced the release of 'A Rose For The Crows', the first single to be taken from their forthcoming debut album via Hassle Records (Cancer Bats, We are the Ocean). It’s the perfect taster for what is in store from the album out 11-11-11 - The sound of a band fully intent on reclaiming nasty & dangerous, heavy rocknroll as futuristic alternative. Check out the Stephen Agnew (White Lies, Vaccines, Pulled Apart By Horses) directed video for Rose here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kGuqqaPtKGA

Hawk Eyes Have been holed up recording the follow up to the brain shattering Modern Bodies for most of the year! Now happy to announce the release of a new 10" Vinyl 5 track EP in November 2011 and the new album, currently being mixed by Kevin Vanbergen, in February 2012. Look out for a lot more Hawk Eyes activity over the coming months!

The James Cleaver Quartet have been bringing their schizo-weirded out punk sounds to the underground scene for a couple years. After releasing their debut EP Ten stages of a Makeup in 2010 they are ready to unleash their fearless debut album That Was Then, This Is Now, later this year. The band have recently been seen on the road with 80’s Matchbox B-lIne Disaster and Feed The Rhino. Watch them throw their bodies across the UK with two of the fastest rising UK bands around.

Tour Dates:

Tue 08 Nov 2011 Bristol Croft

Wed 09 Nov 2011 Cardiff Ifor Bach

Thu 10 Nov 2011 Colchester Arts Centre

Fri 11 Nov 2011 UK Southend Chinneys

Sat 12 Nov 2011 Nottingham Basement

Mon 14 Nov 2011 Birmingham Vudu

Tue 15 Nov 2011 Leeds Cockpit

Wed 16 Nov 2011 Glasgow King Tuts Wah Wah Hut

Thu 17 Nov 2011 Manchester Alter Ego

Fri 18 Nov 2011 UK Sheffield Corporation

Sat 19 Nov 2011 Aldershot Westend Centre

Sun 20 Nov 2011 Bournemouth Ibar

Tue 22 Nov 2011 London Upstairs at the Garage

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