ANNOUNCE NEW SINGLE ‘NECKBRACE’ & UK TOUR
“Modern Dancing is their second album and easily the best representation of their outsider aesthetic to date.” - Q
“Another addition to the outstanding sound being filtered through the walls of Leeds’ Suburban Home Studio.” - Crack Mag
“Chichester trio do the post-punk thing with uncommon exuberance and wit.” - Uncut
“Some truly stellar songwriting.” - London in Stereo
“On second LP ‘Modern Dancing’, TRAAMS lose none of their bite, becoming more essential in the process.” - DIY
“TRAAMS have managed to develop their own brand of cadence-clever, punk music and on Modern Dancing, the end product oozes natural style and effortless ability.” - TLOBF
TRAAMS announce details of a new single. “Neckbrace” will be released through FatCat Records on Friday 4th March 2016.
The single is taken from their second LP, ‘Modern Dancing,’ which was released just before Christmas 2015. Recorded and produced by MJ of Hookworms at Suburban Home Studios in Leeds, where the band located briefly, the album was the follow up to their 2013 debut ‘Grin’.
In addition to the new single, TRAAMS will be touring the UK and bringing their frantic, high-energy performances to various venues across the UK.
See a full list of dates below:
10/03 | HEADROW HOUSE, LEEDS
11/03 | KING TUTS WAH WAH HUT, GLASGOW
12/03 | THINK TANK, NEWCASTLE
13/03 | GULLIVERS, MANCHESTER
16/03 | LEXINGTON, LONDON
17/03 | HARE & HOUNDS, BIRMINGHAM
18/03 | START THE BUS, BRISTOL
19/03 | LENNONS, SOUTHAMPTON
Tickets for the London show are on sale here - http://www.songkick.com/concerts/25689714-traams-at-lexington.
Tickets for all other shows are on sale here - https://www.ents24.com/uk/tour-dates/traams-1.
TRAAMS are: Stuart Hopkins (vocal/guitar), Leigh Padley (bass) and Adam Stock (drums).
https://www.facebook.com/TRAAMSBAND | @TRA_AMS
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