Video for Look At Me (When I Rock Wichoo) from Black Kids.
Black Kids release their new single Look At Me (When I Rock Wichoo) on September 8th 2008 through Almost Gold. So far the Black Kids have had a whirl of a year, touring the world, playing major festivals and releasing their debut album 'Partie Traumatic'.
Look At Me will be released as a download only single and available from all usual online outlets. The band have just come back to the UK after an American tour, the band play a set of headline shows throughout the end of August and September.
25/8 Last Days Of Summer Festival Buckingham, England
29/8 Rock en Seine Festival Paris, France
31/8 Jersey Live Festival Jersey, England
5/9 Bestival Isle of Wight, England
19/9 Freebird Live Jacksonville, Florida
20/9 The Social Orlando, Florida
21/9 Crowbar Tampa, Florida
23/9 The Earl Atlanta, Georgia
24/9 40 Watt Club Athens, Georgia
25/9 Cat's Cradle Carrboro, North Carolina
26/9 Ottobar Baltimore, Maryland
26/9 Black Cat Washington, DC
29/9 First Unitarian Church Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
OCTOBER - U.S
2/19 Paradise Boston, Massachusetts
4/19 Cabaret Musee Juste Pour Rire Montreal, Quebec
5/19 The Mod Club Toronto, Ontario
6/19 Metro Chicago, Illinois
7/19 7th Street Entry Minneapolis, Minnesota
10/19 Neumo's Seattle, Washington
11/19 Richards on Richards Vancouver, British Columbia
12/19 Hawthorne Theater Portland, Oregon
13/19 The Fillmore Auditorium San Francisco, California
OCTOBER - U.K
20/19 Belfast Mandella Hall
21/19 Dublin Academy
22/19 Birmingham Academy
23/19 Oxford Academy
25/19 Manchester Warehouse Project
26/19 Glasgow ABC
27/19 Leeds Met University
28/19 Cambridge Junction
30/19 London Astoria
31/19 Nottingham Trent University
1/11 Liverpool Nation
2/11 Portsmouth Pyramids Centre
4/11 Berlin Lido
5/11 Copenhagen Small Vega
7/11 Hamburg Knust
8/11 Munich 59:1
9/11 Cologne Werkstatt
11/11 Brussels AB Club
12/11 Amsterdam Melkweg
13/11 Lille Aeronef
14/11 Paris Cigale
15/11 Nantes Olympic
17/1 Toulouse Bikini
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