- 24 Aug 18
To promote their upcoming album Sum of All Your Parts (out Sept 14), Scottish rock trio Fatherson will be gigging across the UK and Ireland.
As part of the tour, the band will stop off at Belfast's Voodoo venue on Oct 2, as well as Dublin spot Whelan's the following night. Tickets for the shows are on sale via the Fatherson Website.
Forming in Kilmarnock, Scotland, in early 2010, Fatherson made their name with 2014 debut album I Am An Island and its 2016 follow-up Open Book Their sophomore effort jumped straight in at No.2 in the Scottish album charts and performed strongly in the U.K.
Recorded live and in chronological sequence, Sum Of All Your Parts was produced Claudius Mittendorfer (Arctic Monkeys, Interpol and Weezer) - with the goal being to produce a more joyful album.
“A big part of this process was trying to capture that feeling of when you play a song together for the first time, and you look at each other in the face and get that smile that you can’t get rid of,” explains drummer Greg Walkinshaw. “We weren’t so concerned about some of the pop sensibilities – it’s a little bit more raw, and a little bit more loose, and a bit funner, at points.”
For the full list of tour dates, see below.
02 Oct - Belfast, Voodoo
03 Oct - Dublin, Whelans
04 Oct - Leeds, Hyde Park Book Club
05 Oct - Manchester, Night People
06 Oct - Birmingham, Sunflower Lounge
08 Oct - Nottingham, Rock City
09 Oct - London, Scala
10 Oct - Norwich, Waterfront Studio
11 Oct - Brighton, Patterns
28 Oct - Newcastle University
02 Nov - Glasgow, Barrowlands
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