The Virginmarys announce headline tour for june 2016

The Virginmarys, having recently returned from a successful US tour, have now confirmed a run of headline UK shows for June; the shows, including an appearance at the inaugural Stone Free Festival at the O2 in London, are in support of the Macclesfield trio’s latest studio album, Divides, set for release viaSpinefarm Records on May 6th

  • PLUS, TWO INTIMATE SHOWS TO CELEBRATE FORTHCOMING STUDIO ALBUM, DIVIDES
  • DIVIDES SET FOR RELEASE ON MAY 6TH VIA SPINEFARM RECORDS
  • APPEARANCE AT INAUGURAL STONE FREE FESTIVAL CONFIRMED

This is an incredibly special tour for us!” says vocalist / guitarist Ally Dickaty. “The ‘Divides’ album tour!! It’s going to be so great to get back in front of our home fans again, and really important to us to play some of the towns we’ve been wanting to come back to for so long. Our fans always do us proud, they are incredible.”

 

The band recently unveiled new track, Motherless Land, the video for which is about to be launched; the song – as with previous single, Into Dust – comes from the aforementioned Divides, a 12-track work laced with power, passion & outspoken energy, and produced by the legendary Gil Norton (Pixies, Foo Fighters, etc.).

 

 

THE VIRGINMARYS UK TOUR + FESTIVAL DATES 2016

 

08/05/16 @ Deaf Institute, Manchester (headline album launch show)

09/05/16 @ Blackheart, London (headline album launch show)

05/06/16 @ Camden Rocks Festival, London. Tickets here.  

13/06/16 @ Stereo, Glasgow

14/06/16 @ O2 Academy 2, Newcastle

15/06/16 @ Key Club, Leeds

17/06/16 @ Academy 2, Manchester

18/06/16 @ Stone Free Festival, London. Tickets here.

19/06/16 @ Thekla, Bristol

 

www.thevirginmarys.com

www.facebook.com/TheVirginmarysOfficial

About David Farrell

General Manager and 'THE' competition guy at planetmosh.com. Manager of The Goddanm Electric www.thegde.co.uk, Tour manager for Serpentine, and ex-general Dogsbody at Hammerfest.co.uk. Media partner to numerous bands. Also takes photos, writes reviews and likes classic rock, with a touch of thrash to get the blood flowing.
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