Downing St. Kindling
Larrikin Love, release a new single Downing St. Kindling through Infectious Records on 26th June 2006. Their debut album The Freedom Spark will follow later this year.
Just back from supporting The Zutons on the first half of their UK tour, Larrikin Love announce further headline shows in June and July. Having spent much of this year on a mammoth tour of the UK from the Scottish highlands to the south Coast selling out venues and creating good natured havoc at every turn.
With a fan base that grows with every show, Larrikin Love have also caused a sensation on their first European show at Amsterdam's London Calling where they were widely regarded as the highlight of the night by punters and other acts alike.
Larrikin Love are Edward Larrikin – Vocals, Michael Larkin – Guitar, Alfie Ambrose – Bass and Coz Kerigan – Drums
Catch Larrikin Love Live:
17th Northampton Soundhaus £7 01604 250 898
18th Middlesbrough Music Live
19th Newcastle Cluny £7 0191 230 4474
21st Cambridge Soul Tree £7 01223 511 511
22nd Nottingham Social £7 0115 958 8484
24th Bath Moles £7 01225 404 445
25th Bristol Fleece & Firkin £7 0117 945 0995
26th Manchester Night & Day £7 0161 832 1111
27th Glasgow King Tuts £7 0870 169 0100
28th York Fibbers £7 0870 907 0999
29th Leeds Faversham £7 0113 244 4600
1st Liverpool Barfly £7 0870 907 0999
2nd Derby Victoria Inn £7 01332 740 091
3rd Norwich Arts Centre £7 01603 660 352
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Here's A Candle (For Your Birthday Cake) [Audio]
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