New Single ‘Mr And Mrs Smith’ - impacts 24th June
10 x Huge Summer Live Dates
‘The album is testimony to Jones’ ability to craft a memorable tune’ Q
‘Another collection of assured anthems’ The Sun
Ahead of a packed summer full of huge live dates including headline shows at the Isle of Wight Festival, Cardiff City Stadium, Edinburgh Castle and the Glyndwr University Racecourse Stadium, Stereophonics announce their new single ‘Mr And Mrs Smith,’ out on the band’s own Stylus Records label (via Ignition Records) on 24th June.
With career sales of over 10 million albums, Stereophonics’ latest, the new single is taken from the band’s acclaimed No.1 album ‘Keep The Village Alive,’ also home to recent hit singles ‘C’est La Vie’, ‘I Wanna Get Lost With You’, ‘Song for the Summer’ and ‘White Lies’.
Stereophonics play 10 x huge UK & Irish outdoor dates this summer and the band also recently announced that they have collaborated with Brains brewery to create their very own pale ale, called Phonics.
Thurs 2nd NOTTINGHAM, Motorpoint Arena
Sat 4th CARDIFF, Cardiff City Stadium
(+ Band of Skulls & The Vaccines)
Fri 10th ISLE OF WIGHT, Festival (headline)
Wed 29th BELFAST, Belsonic Festival
Thurs 30th DUBLIN, Royal Hospital Kilmainham
Sat 2nd WREXHAM, Glyndwr University Racecourse Stadium (+ special guests Catfish and the Bottlemen)
Thurs 7th MANCHESTER, Castlefield Bowl
Thurs 14th ABERDEEN, AECC
Fri 15th EDINBURGH, Castle
Sat 16th EDINBURGH, Castle
Stereophonics announce new single, new album & V Festival headline slot for summer 2015
Mon 11 May 2015 @ 10:28
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