Stealing Sheep to round off UK tour dates with Xmas Party in Liverpool
We knew it was good, but the response to Stealing Sheep‘s debut album ‘Into The Diamond Sun’ has been off the scale, deservedly so, and with much use of the words ‘pagan’, ‘otherwordly’ and ‘mediaeval’.
They’ve been putting in the hours on the road too, up and down the UK and recently in Norway. The band have just announced a UK tour in two parts – the first set of dates with bloggers’ darlings Alt-J ∆ before they strike out on their own.
The exciting news for anyone within striking distance of Liverpool (that would be me then) is that the final date at the Kazimier on Dec 14th has now well and truly turned into a Christmas Homecoming Party – excellent stuff. Them being the lovely people they are, if you scuff round their facebook site, there is a link for discounted tickets for the Kazimier – I’ll let you do your own detective work for that, just to add to the excitement.
Scroll to the end of the post to check out the video for an acoustic version of ‘Tangled Up In Stars’ – filmed in Sefton Park
With Alt-J ∆ :
27 October – MANCHESTER – Royal Northern College Of Music
28 October – LEEDS – The Cockpit
29 October – GLASGOW – Oran Mor
30 October – NORWICH – Waterfront
31 October – BIRMINGHAM – O2 Academy
2 November – OXFORD – O2 Academy
3 November – BRISTOL – Trinity Centre
4 November – BRIGHTON – Concord
5 November – LONDON – Electric Ballroom
6 November – NEWCASTLE – Head Of Steam
7 November – YORK – The Duchess Of York
8 November – BRISTOL – The Fleece
9 November – NOTTINGHAM – Chameleon
11 November – COLCHESTER – Colchester Arts
12 November – COVENTRY – Kasbah
13 November – SHEFFIELD – The Harley
5 December – BRIGHTON – Green Door Store
6 December – BIRMINGHAM – Hare & Hounds
7 December – LEEDS – Brudenell Social Club
8 December – MANCHESTER – Deaf Institute
10 December – LONDON – Bush Hall
14 December – LIVERPOOL – The Kazimier – Homecoming Christmas Party
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