Errors release their new single Pleasure Palaces on January 23rd, 2010, with their third album 'Have Some Faith In Magic', out on January 30th, 2012, on Rock Action Records. Errors have announced a full UK Tour in February 2012, with a headline show in their native Glasgow in May 2012.
Errors emerged at the tail end of a period when anything purely-instrumental and guitar- based became lazily tagged "post-rock". However, the band has now distanced themselves from that loose genre so much that any fleeting comparison to it is now completely redundant.
Errors are: Simon Ward (Guitars, Keys, Programming); Stephen Livingstone (Guitars, Keys, Programming); Greg Paterson (Guitars) and James Hamilton (Drums). They spent the summer of 2011 supporting label mates and bosses Mogwai in the US. The two bands also played a homecoming gig at Glasgow's Barrowlands on December 22nd, 2011.
Errors' fans have long had their faith rewarded by the band and their third album only looks set to continue that trend. Their headline tour will see them take in cities such as Manchester and Cardiff.
February Tour 2012:
9 // Newcastle, The Cluny
10 // Manchester, Islington Mill
11 // Liverpool, Kazimer
12 // Birmingham, The Rainbow
13 // Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach
14 // Bristol, The Fleece
15 // Brighton, The Haunt
16 // London, XOYO
17 // Leeds, Cockpit 2
18 // Dublin, Grand Social
24 // Dundee, Doghouse
25 // Aberdeen, The Lemon Tree
11 // GLASGOW, The Arches
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