The King Blues Sign Worldwide Deal with Cooking Vinyl plus UK Headline Tour Announced

October is looking like the season for thrills as Brit punk rocking poets The King Blues have just announced their signing to indie label Cooking Vinyl in a worldwide deal. The London based quintet are currently finishing up writing their forthcoming album which is set to drop in early 2017. Frontman Itch had the following to say on the matter:

“The King Blues are incredibly excited to have the fiercely independent Cooking Vinyl on our team. We’ve been gig fans of theirs for years and we look forward to a bright future of making soulful music, bringing love to the world and taking down the government together”

In celebration, the band have announced a run of UK/European shows in January and February 2017. The dates are in full below and tickets are on sale now:

25th January – Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms

26th January – Plymouth, The Hub

27th January – Birmingham, Asylum

28th January – Glasgow, Stereo

30th January – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms

31st January – Manchester, Academy 3

1st February – Leeds, The Key Club

2nd February – London, Garage

4th February – Norwich, Arts Centre

5th February – Bristol, Fleece

7th February – Germany, Cologne, MTC

8th February – Germany, Berlin, Cassiopeia

The band will also be joining Skindred on a handful of their UK dates later this year:

3rd November – Middlesbrough, Empire

4th November – Sheffield, Corporation

5th November – Newport, Neon

7th November – Wolverhampton, Wulfrun Hall

About Sophie Maughan

Friendly northerner known to get a bit rowdy after a few vodka diet cokes. Heavy metal is my only religion. Freelance contributor @ Metal Hammer. Lacuna Coil superfan. I yearn for the day where I can sack off the 9-5 monotony and wax lyrical about bands all day long.

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