Kagoule Stream Video For “Made Of Concrete”


Nottingham’s Kagoule release their debut album Urth this Friday and are streaming the self-made video to their BBC Radio 6 Music playlisted single ‘Made of Concrete’. Devised, shot and edited by the band in one day, the DIY video is an ode to David Lynch that asks a lot more questions than it answers. Watch now on YouTube.

Kagoule will celebrate the release of Urth with a free in-store show at Rough Trade East this Friday. The album is currently Rough Trade’s Album of the Month and has already seen some incredible reviews.

Despite not being out of their teens, Kagoule have created an album of true depth and creativity, with MOJO labelling them “superior grunge-schooled rock” (4/5) and Kerrang! saying “the potential here is terrifying” (4/5).

Kagoule also announce some new tour dates, including upcoming shows with METZ and Sleaford Mods.

Urth can now be pre-ordered via iTunes and Earache Records.


Tour dates

Aug. 13 – Nottingham, UK – Rough Trade instore

Aug. 21 – London, UK – Rough Trade East instore

Sep. 17 – Vienna, Austria – Arena 3 Raum Bar w/ Ball Park Music

Sep. 18 – Berlin, Germany – Magnet

Sep.22 – Hannover, Germany – Lux

Sep. 25 – Dusseldorf, Germany – Zakk w/ METZ

Sep. 26 – Hambury, Germany – Reeperbahn Festival

Sep. 27 – Leipzeig, Germany – Ilses Erika w/ Ball Park Music

Sep. 28 – Prague, Czech Republic – Basement Bar

Sep. 30 – Cologne, Germany – Blue Shell w/ Ball Park Music

Oct. 01 – Brussels, Belgium – Witloof Bar @ Botanique

Oct. 03 – Portsmouth, UK – Dials Festival w/ Black Honey + Hooton Tennis Club

Oct. 09 – Nottingham, UK – Rock City w/ Sleaford Mods

Oct. 10 – Leeds, UK – Beacons Metro w/ Traams, Pins, Crushed Beaks

Oct. 18 – Manchester, UK – Carefully Planned Festival

Oct. 23 – All Years Leaving Festival w/ The Wytches, Speedy Ortiz, Chastity Belt


“Tough, ragged Nineties indie-rock with just the right amount of anthemic lift” Rolling Stone

“Alt Rock with fuzzy hooks and a fresh approach” The Independent

“It is indeed a cause for celebration” The Guardian

”A perfect blend of melody and brutality” NME

“… the potential here is terrifying” Kerrang! (4/5)

“… an accomplished debut” MOJO (4/5)

“This is an impressively confident and well realised debut” Rock Sound (8/10)



About Linda Heron

London Photographer and News Editor for Planet Mosh.
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