Roadrunner Records band Marmozets have announced details of their eagerly awaited new single. “Play” arrives today at all digital music retailers and streaming services.

“Play” – which had its official world premiere last night via BBC Radio 1’s Rock Show with Daniel P. Carter – is joined by an official music video which is streaming now at Marmozets’ official YouTube channel.

“Play” heralds the wildly anticipated follow-up to the British rock band’s breakthrough 2014 debut album, THE WEIRD AND WONDERFUL MARMOZETS.  Details on Marmozets’ forthcoming album, produced by Gil Norton (Foo Fighters, Pixies), are expected to arrive in the coming months. For updates and news on the forthcoming release, please see www.marmozets.co.uk.

Unanimously hailed for their electric live shows, Marmozets have garnered legions of fans across the globe, performing alongside acts such as MUSE and Royal Blood. Marmozets are currently celebrating their return with a series of sold out U.K. headline dates which will see the band making stops this week in Brighton, London and Cardiff before a pair of major performances at this weekend’s Reading & Leeds Festivals (August 26th and 27th).  In addition, Marmozets have announced details of a fall U.K. headline tour that commences October 17th and continues through the end of the month (see attached itinerary).  Additional dates – including a North American tour – will be announced soon. For complete details and ticket availability, please visit www.marmozets.co.uk/#upcomingshows.


17th – Newcastle, UK – Think Tank

18th – Sheffield, UK – Plug

19th – Liverpool, UK – Arts Club

21st – Oxford, UK – Academy 2

22nd – Brighton, UK – The Haunt

23rd – London, UK – The Borderline

24th – Cardiff, UK – Clwb Ifor Bach

26th – Reading, UK – Reading Festival 2017

27th – Leeds, UK – Leeds Festival 2017


17th – Hull, UK – The Welly Club

18th – Middlesborough, UK – The Empire

19th – Glasgow, UK – Saint Luke’s

21st – Leeds, UK – Brudenell Social Club (community room)

22nd – Manchester, UK – Academy 3

23rd – Birmingham, UK – O2 Academy 2

25th – London, UK – The Garage

27th – Norwich, UK – Arts Centre

28th – Bristol, UK – The Fleece

29th – Bournemouth, UK – The Old Fire Station

30th – Portsmouth, UK – Wedgewood Rooms

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