Savages announce London headline show

Savages announce London headline show

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Savages and Pop Noire Records are pleased to announce that they will re-press the band’s sold out, AA-side debut single ‘Husbands’ / ‘Flying To Berlin’ due to huge demand. The re-pressed single – which is also currently available as a digital download – will be available in stores on clear 7” vinyl (as opposed to the original black vinyl pressing) from 6th August

Meanwhile, the band have announced that their next London headline show will be at the Electrowerkz on Thursday 11th October. Head to for more information.

For Savages the intention was to create a sound, indestructible and musically solid, written for the stage, designed with enough nuances to provide a wide range of emotions. The songs aim to remind us that human beings haven’t evolved so much, that music can still be straight to the point, efficient and exciting.

Savages are: Gemma Thompson (guitar), Jehnny Beth (vocals), Ayse Hassan (bass) and Fay Milton (drums) Produced by Johnny Hostile, Pop Noire Records.

Savages are currently in the middles of a UK headline tour. Following these headline shows, the band will perform at a series of UK and European festivals. The full tour dates are:

30th July – Nottingham, Bodega
31st July – Oxford, Jericho

1st August – Bristol, Thekla
3rd August – Poland, Katowica, Off Festival
6th August – Southampton, Joiners
7th August – Brighton, The Haunt
9th August – Sweden, Gothenburg, Way Out West Festival
11th August – France, St Malo, La Route du Rock
16th August – Wales, Green Man Festival
17th August – Skipton, Beacon Festival
18th August – Leicester, Summer Sundae
24th August – Reading Festival
25th August – Leeds Festival
31st August – London, Underage Festival

1st September – London, 1-2-3-4 Festival
2nd September – North Dorset, End Of The Road Festival
16th September – Portmerion, Festival Number 6

*NEW SHOW* 11th October – London, Electrowerkz


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