Goldie Lookin Chain
Single R'N'B – 21st November
'No Sleep Til Brecon' Welsh tour announced
Goldie Lookin Chain are set to release R'N'B, the second single from their critically acclaimed album 'Safe As Fuck' in the UK on November 21st. To coincide with his release, the 8-piece Welsh hip-hop combo is set to go on a whirlwind 7-date tour of Wales, followed by a special guest slot on the Feeder tour.
Let Goldie Lookin Chain take you to the places that legendary boy bands such as Nsync, Westlife and Blue can only dream of. The Raw emotion that is R'N'B is a tribute to most sexually exhilarating form of electronic communication known to man, and each beat is individually soaked in the perspiration of romance. If the world were to end tomorrow, then this song would be responsible for global repopulation without a doubt. For Real!
CD – Cat 1011 1523 7 5
2. I Want To Kick Your Head In
7" vinyl – Cat 1011 1522 2 1
2. All The Names
DVD – Cat 1011 1596 2 6
2. Your Missus Is A Nutter (Acid Casuals mix)
3. R'N'B (video)
4. R'N'B (Making of the vid)
To coincide with the release of R'N'B, Goldie Lookin Chain are set to play seven shows in seven nights on their headline 'No Sleep Til Brecon' tour of Wales:
Mon 21 Blackwood)Miner's Institute
Tue 22 Swansea Patti Pavilion
Wed 23 Bangor University
Thu 24 Aberystwyth University
Fri 25 Bridgend Recreation Centre
Sat 26 Wrexham Central Station
Sun 27 Brecon Market Hall
All tickets are Â£12 in advance, on sale now from the venue box offices and online
GLC are also confirmed as special guests to Feeder on their UK tour dates:
Mon 28 Doncaster)Dome
Tue 29 Blackpool)Empress Ballroom
Thu 1 ) Cardiff) International Arena
Fri 2 ) Brighton )Centre
Sun 4 ) Birmingham NEC
Mon & Tue 5+6 )London )Hammersmith Apollo
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