MassMatiks announce their biggest UK headline tour this Autumn

Straight off the back of their UK tour with Don Broco, British four-piece MassMatiks have announced a UK headline tour this autumn. The London firebrands will play seventeen shows, bringing their explosive, in-your-face performance to fans across the country.

Before traversing the country they will also be teaming up with their friends and fellow Londoners How’s Harry to play a free show at the iconic House Of Vans, London on October 7th.

MassMatiks recently released their second single ‘4AM’ which has seen support from the likes of Huw Stephens, who aired the track on BBC Radio 1 last night. The accompanying video was also premiered on Rocksound.

Laced with lead singer George Peploe’s fiery British, invective-spitting vocals, ‘4AM’ is another serving of hard-hitting UK rock that sits proudly alongside fellow UK contemporaries such as Slaves and Royal Blood.


Tue 18th – The Joiners, Southampton
Wed 19th – The Full Moon, Cardiff
Thu 20th – Forum , Tunbridge Wells
Fri 21st –  Rescue Rooms , Nottingham
Sat 22nd – Three Bridges FC, Crawley
Sun 23rd – The Garage, London
Mon 24th – Frog and Fiddle, Cheltenham
Tue 25th – Rainbow Cellar, Birmingham
Wed 26th – Star And Garter, Manchester
Thu 27th – Shadow  Sound, Glasgow
Fri 28th –  Jumpin’ Jacks, Newcastle

Tue 1st – Boileroom, Guildford
Wed 2nd – Sin City, Swansea
Thu 3rd – The Louisiana, Bristol
Fri 4th – The Live Rooms, Chester
Sat 5th – The Key Club, Leeds
Sun 6th – Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes

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