The Tuesday Club support Dreadzone
The band support Dreadzone at Harpenden Public Halls on April 21st .
Tickets are £20 and available Here
‘Let the Kids Run the Country’ is the current single by The Tuesday Club from the bands latest album Art is Magic. Let the Kids run the country will be available on a highly limited hand numbered 7" vinyl single that will be on sale at the bands gig at Islington 02 Academy, where they will be supporting Gene Loves Jezebel on their first tour for 10 years also featuring Department S & Society. The single which is backed by the track My Consciousness & will also be available on digital download from the bands website and the PerfectPopCoOp band camp site.
“It would be a shock not to have the scent of early Adam and The Ants somewhere within a TTC encounter, Let the kids run the country is the irresistible moment the band source their own earlier traits and another influences’ for a greed brewing slice of aural virulence” – Ringmaster Review
Literally half the band they started out as, now a 4 piece from the initial 8. From a hugely promising initial organic debut album - See you next Tuesday... they moved to their 2nd official release by way of a quadrilogy of 4 eps. Having played a fantastic promo tour for ep1 my consciousness, the TCs were literally rocked and almost derailed by the tragic death of drummer Terry Super Cockell, the subsequent releases were put out in a daze and not with a little help from dep drummers until the arrival of Current sticks man Blairski. The good ship ship Rocked and tilted violetly following the penultimate ep release lady gargar and subsequent defection of Bass, vocals and guitars but somehow steadied leaving the current 4 piece to regroup and begin work on their ‘comeback’ Art is Magic
And so, The Tuesday Club return to the fold after a 3 year ‘release’ absence - Their last releases being 2015’s EP Quadrilogy. With the line up now half of it’s original eight and a new look, ‘The TCs’ have stripped away much of the old ‘glamour’ replacing it with a new urgency and directness.
Art is Magic is a story swathed in gallows humour of a band brought to the edge by disaster, but who gritted their teeth and came back from the brink with renewed vigour!
Confirmed live dates :
21 April Dreadzone at Harpenden Halls
“The Tuesday Club are synth punk pop at its catchiest if you’re thinking about Blondie and Roxy Music you’re on the right track... it’s infectious and uplifting” - Vive Le Rock
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