Tigercub Announce Biggest Ever UK Headline Show


Currently on the road supporting Pulled Apart By Horses on a hefty string of UK tour dates, Brighton alt-noise-pop trio Tigercub are very pleased to announce their biggest headline show to date at Dingwalls, London on 6th June 2017.

Tickets are on sale now for just £9 with a limited edition Abstract Figures In The Dark poster and ticket bundle available to the first 100 ticket buyers via: http://dice.fm/event/tigercub-6th-jun-dingwalls-london-tickets

The band are also pleased to reveal that new single Memory Boy is out now, already picking up airplay and support from Huw Stephens at BBC Radio One, John Kennedy at Radio X and many more.

It is the latest track to be taken from their critically acclaimed debut albumAbstract Figures in The Dark which is out now and available to purchase via Alcopop! Records: www.ilovealcopop.co.uk

The news comes following an already extensive period of touring for the band who recently hit the road with legendary post-punks The Fall and Brighton contemporaries Black Peaks throughout the UK, as well as a stint of EU headline dates on which the band were targeted by petty criminals:

‘Towards the end of the EU headline tour in Paris we had our van broken into outside of the venue and lost three bags, one of which contained a week’s worth of footage that we were filming whilst on the road and at shows.

‘We retrieved the CCTV footage and put together an ‘artist’s rendition’ of what happened on that tour.’

Watch and share that video of the band getting robbed in Paris here:

Tigercub 2017 UK Tour Dates:

29 Mar: Bristol UK – Thekla*
30 Mar: Southampton UK – Talking Heads*
01 Apr: Derby UK – 2Q
02 Apr: Birmingham UK – Mama Roux’s*
03 Apr: Norwich UK – Waterfront Studio*
05 Apr: Glasgow UK – King Tut’s*
06 Apr: Manchester UK – Sound Control*
07 Apr: Newcastle UK – Think Tank*
08 Apr: Leeds UK – Brudenell Social*
06 Jun: London UK – Dingwalls – JUST ADDED

*w/ Pulled Apart By Horses + Thee MVPS

Tigercub 2017 Festival Appearances:

01 Apr: Derby, UK – 2Q Festival
28-30 Apr: Newcastle, UK – Hit The North
29 Apr: Leicester, UK – Handmade Festival
18 – 20 May: Brighton, UK – The Great Escape Festival
06 Jul: Cheltenham, UK – 2000 Trees Festival
23 Jul: Oxfordshire, UK – TRUCK Festival
28 – 30 Jul: Derbyshire, UK – Y Not Festival


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