Home arrow News arrow Little Comets Reveal New Single And UK Tour
18 01 2018

Main Menu
About Us
Contact Us


Little Comets Reveal New Single And UK Tour PDF Print E-mail
Written by Floatation Suite   
28 11 2011
ImageHaving kicked off the year by releasing their brilliant and energetic debut album, In Search Of Elusive Little Comets, Tyneside indie poppers will mark the end of 2011 with a brand new single and a new UK tour. The tour sees the band return to their hometown to launch the new EP with a show at Newcastle's Northumbria University on 10th December.

‘Worry' brings with it the Little Comets' trademark afro-beat swagger; a highly contagious and beautifully unconventional chorus hook, with their usual carefully constructed poetic lyrics, sung with both power and perfection in equal doses. It all comes together to make a heartfelt lament to take the indie clubs by storm.

The EP follows a triumphant 18 months, which has seen the band release their debut album on Dirty Hit last January to critical acclaim and reach a very respectable No.6 on the UK Independent Chart.

Little Comets have since spent their summer touring; earning their stripes playing to sold-out crowds in venues across the country. They will hit the road for a headline tour of the UK in April, that will have their legion of fans singing along once again. Kicking off in Glasgow, they then play Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham, stopping off at The Scala in London before finishing with Norwich and Brighton.

Those tour dates in full look like this:
10th December 2011 - NEWCASTLE Northumbria University
20th April 2012 - GLASGOW Oran Mor
21st April 2012 - MANCHESTER Academy 2
22nd April 2012 - LEEDS Cockpit
23rd April 2012 - BIRMINGHAM Academy 2
26th April 2012 - LONDON Scala
27th April 2012 - NORWICH Arts Centre
28th April 2012 / BRIGHTON The Haunt

For more information, and links to buy tickets for any of the dates on the UK tour, check the Little Comets website here
< Prev   Next >


To see the original splash page click here.

© Floatation Suite 2005