Airship release their new EP on May 10th through Manchester label Love & Disaster. The video for the title track was directed and animated by fellow Mancunian Gary Dumbill. In the past year Airship have toured with the likes of Marmaduke Duke and Frightened Rabbit, the band are currently touring with Editors. May will see the band take to the road alone for a short headline tour.
EP track listing: Algebra // Never Awake // Spirit Party // Go to Sleep
Airship are: Elliott Williams (vocal/guitar/keys), Tom Dyball (bass), Marcus Wheeldon (guitar), Steven Griffiths (drums).
May 9 - Birmingham, Hare + Hounds (£6 entry)
May 10 - Southampton, Joiners (£5 entry)
May 11 - Brighton, Freebutt (£5 entry)
May 12 - Cambridge, Haymakers (£5 entry)
May 15 - Leeds, Cockpit (£5 entry)
May 17 - Sheffield, Forum (£5 entry)
May 18 - York, Stereo (£4 entry)
May 20 - Stoke, Sugarmill (£5 entry)
May 21 - Manchester, Deaf Institute (£7 entry)
May 26 - London, Flowerpot (Free Entry)
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