Mississippi’s brightest new export The Weeks have announced details of their return to UK. The band will take in twelve shows starting in Brighton on the 16th October and finishing in Manchester on October 29th. The tour will also take in London’s Dingwalls venue on Tuesday 22nd October.

This will be the band’s second full UK tour after supporting the Kings Of Leon earlier in the summer. The tour took in arenas around the UK and Europe, including two nights at London’s O2 Arena. They also completed their own club tour and an appearance at the Hard Rock Calling Festival.

The Weeks released their debut UK album ‘Dear Bo Jackson’ on July 15th to much acclaim. The album is a swell of contemporary Southern rock, soul and greasy guitars which all make up The Weeks undeniable gutsy sound, it is a truthful tale of modern Southern life, full of hope despite often punishing circumstances.

“While retaining their pop sensibility, the influence of country and soul shine through… their most ambitious and polished record to date” – You Hear This

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Watch the video for ‘Brother in the Night’ below:

Plus support from AUDIO SUBSCENE

With influences such as The Doors and The Jam, this hard working down to earth Rock & Roll outfit have recently released their debut EP ‘Tales of a Twisted Time’.  Stating their desire to ‘pleasure the ears of people who wish to see the great British guitar bands return to top form’, we are excited to see what this new wave Indie Rock & Roll band have to offer.

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Watch the video for ‘Mind Games’ below:



As well as opening support from BABYPINK

Hailing from the dizzying heights of Droitwich Spa in the leafy heart of the West Midlands, babypink (formerly known as Sugar) call the same town their home as forerunners of the recent B-Town movement, Peace. Emotive, engaging and completely considered, these are four under twenty year olds producing music not only belying their years but the parameters of the current Birmingham scene.

Babypink draw from influences from grunge to britpop; driving drum beats underpin a sleazy bassline and pedal-enhanced guitars which at times even venture into psychedelia. Intricate and intriguing, the vocal of enigmatic frontman Andrew Brooks binds the building blocks and indeed the band together as live, the performance is even more impressive.

With a striking musical repertoire documenting their explosive three month progression, babypink have already shared a stage with Superfood, Wolf Alice and Jaws.

Babypink Links: Twitter | Soundcloud

Listen to ‘Feeble’ below: