Wet Nuns announce Throttle tour

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It’s been a crazy start to 2012 for death-blues punk duo Wet Nuns. Named one of NME’s “Bands To Watch for 2012”, remixed by Arctic MonkeysMatt Helders, having the most watched video on NME.com on the day of its release, and performing with super-group Mister Heavenly for ATP, it seems like there’s no stopping WET NUNS right now.

And now those red-necks from the deep South (of Yorkshire) are hitting the road on a mammoth 21-date tour this February and March.

If you haven’t witnessed a Wet Nuns show yet, then you’ve missed something damn awe-inspiring. The two-piece from Sheffield have been blowing venues around the UK apart with their hell-bent explosion of songs about “women, death and beer”.

Stomach-churning guitars and downright ugly drumming combine to produce the trademark modern lo-fi, blues-stoner-punk sound of Wet Nuns. While their recent single, ‘Heavens Below’ is everything you’ve come to expect from this big-riffing, crowd-surfing, cursing, rock duo.

Tickets for the Throttle tour are available NOW from www.artistticket.com. Look out for the some exciting news on the release of the title track of the tour, ‘Throttle’, coming very soon!

Wet Nuns single ‘Heaven’s Below’ is also available as a free download, along with a remix by Arctic Monkeys’ Matt Helders from www.wetnuns.com now.

10th Feb – LEEDS – Santiago’s
18th Feb – PRESTON – Mad Ferret
21st Feb – LONDON – Old Blue Last
24th Feb – BRIGHTON – Green Door Store
25th Feb – HASTINGS – Brass Monkey
28th Feb – SOUTHAMPTON – Joiners
29th Feb – LEICESTER – Soundhouse
01st Mar – MANCHESTER – Trof
02nd Mar – EDINBURGH – Electric Circus
03rd Mar – GLASGOW – Berkley Suites
04th Mar – DUNDEE – Reading Rooms
09th Mar – LIVERPOOL – Shipping Forecast
10th Mar – HULL – Fruit
16th Mar – MILTON KEYNES – Sno! Bar
17th Mar – BEDFORD – Esquires
21st Mar – BRISTOL – Start The Bus
22nd Mar – BATH – Moles
23rd Mar – TRURO – Bunters
24th Mar – ALDERSHOT – West End Centre
27th Mar – YORK – Fibbers
29th Mar – LONDON – Blues Kitchen

Tickets available from www.artistticket.com

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