Night Engine have announced they will support Electric Guest on their upcoming UK tour.
You can check out their new track ‘Young And Carefree’ taken from upcoming two track single ‘Give Me A Chance’ / ‘Young And Carefree’ out on 27th May on Demand Vinyl here:
http://youtu.be/1LqezwQ_njQ / https://soundcloud.com/nightengine/young-and-carefree
More info below.
All confirmed live dates are as follows:
29 Manchester Ruby Lounge w/Electric Guest
30 London Scala w/ Electric Guest
2 Bristol Academy 2 w/ Electric Guest
3 Birmingham Temple Rooms w/ Electric Guest
4 Liverpool Sound City
4 Live in Leeds
5 Glasgow Art School w/ Electric Guest
16 The Great Escape Festival
24 Manchester Dot to Dot Festival
25 Bristol Dot to Dot Festival
26 Nottingham Dot to Dot Festival
30 London XOYO
Night Engine follow their debut single ‘Seventeen’ with a new two tracks on 27th May. As with their debut ‘Give Me A Chance’ and ‘Young And Carefree’ will be released via 7” and digital download by Demand Vinyl. You can watch the video for ‘Young And Carefree’ now at http://youtu.be/1LqezwQ_njQ.
Since being heralded by The Guardian and others as a band to watch at the start of the year, Night Engine have made their first forays out of London supporting Kaiser Chiefs in the North before joining The Joy Formidable for the Southern leg of their UK tour, ending in a show at London’s Roundhouse. In between, the band played only their second London headline show at the Borderline, selling out the venue a fortnight in advance to further enhance the feeling that this is a band whose time is now. Reviewing the show, The Independent on Sunday’s Simon Price praised ‘their ease with song dynamics’ as ‘uncanny’, thrilling to the ‘ascending verses, swooping middle eights, soaring choruses and fiendish hooks’. Rough Trade London got in on the act as well, making ‘Seventeen’ part of their chosen tracks of the week for their Guardian linked Tracks of The Week download club.
The single continues the band’s stated ambition to write ‘the music of the city’, combining strident dancefloor rhythms with the ‘bass driven strut’ that captivated NME so much at a recent show.
Night Engine follow their debut festival performance at SWN last year with a clutch of important shows in early summer including their biggest headline show in London to date at XOYO. Confirmed dates are:
Monday 29th Manchester Ruby Lounge w/Electric Guest
Tuesday 30th London Scala w/ Electric Guest
Thursday 2nd Bristol Academy 2 w/ Electric Guest
Friday 3rd Birmingham Temple Rooms w/ Electric Guest
Saturday 4th Liverpool Sound City
Satuday 4th Leeds, Live in Leeds
Thursday 16th Brighton, The Great Escape Festival
Friday 24th Manchester Dot to Dot Festival
Saturday 25th Bristol Dot to Dot Festival
Sunday 26th Nottingham Dot to Dot Festival
Thursday 30th London XOYO HEADLINE SHOW
Tickets on sale here: http://www.kililive.com/artists/night-engine/
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