Toronto five-piece July Talk have been announced as main support for the Catfish And The Bottlemen’s sold-out UK tour this November.
Following the release of their critically acclaimed album Touch, July Talk have been chosen by Catfish And The Bottlemen to join them as sole support on their triumphant UK tour. The two bands will play nine shows across the country including three back-to-back shows at Manchester’s Victoria Warehouse and a date at London’s SSE Wembley Arena on November 15th, for which additional tickets have now been made available.
July Talk released their stunning second album Touch last month throughout the rest of the world. It gets a full UK commercial release on November 4th via Caroline Records / Universal.
It includes the latest single ‘Beck + Call’ featuring Inuit throat singer Tanya Tagaq and lead single ‘Push + Pull’ which showcases the perfectly contrasting voices of co-vocalists Pete Dreimanis and Leah Fay and spent a month at number 1 on the Canadian Alternative Chart. Both tracks are accompanied by striking and beautiful videos.
July Talk are a phenomenal live band and played a number of dates across Europe and the UK in September including a truly astounding, sold-out performance at The Boston Music Room, London. They are currently on a major North American tour including selected dates supporting Nothing But Thieves.
Now about to make a massive splash on the UK music scene courtesy of Catfish And The Bottlemen, July Talk are one of the must-see bands of 2016, with one of the most exciting albums of the year to boot
CATFISH AND THE BOTTLEMEN UK TOUR DATES – NOVEMBER
Saturday 5th – Derby Arena
Sunday 6th – Bournemouth, BIC
Monday 7th – Plymouth, Pavillions
Wednesday 9th – Manchester, Victoria Warehouse
Thursday 10th – Manchester, Victoria Warehouse
Friday 11th – Manchester, Victoria Warehouse
Sunday 13th – Glasgow, SECC
Tuesday 15th – London, SSE Arena Wembley
Wednesday 16th – Kingston Upon-Thames, Fighting Cocks (headline show)
Thursday 17th – Coventry, Ricoh Arena
Saturday -19th – Cork, Cyprus Avenue (headline show)