Isles is the first single from Little Comets since departing ways with their old record label Columbia. Starting out afresh on a indie label called Dirty Hit the band have written new material and are ready to once again take it to their fans.
When it comes to song writing the Newcastle based band try and not only combine a wealth of musical influences but they also draw inspiration from novelists and artists such as Jonathan Safran Foer (Everything Is Illuminated) and Joan Miró as well as their surroundings.
Throughout October Little Comets will be playing headline shows throughout the UK and also playing a selection of tour dates with Darwin Deez.
Fri 24 London KOKO Club NME
Sat 25 High Wycombe Academy
Sun 26 Sunderland SPLIT Festival
Fri 1st Liverpool Academy 2
Sat 2nd Manchester Factory
Sun 3rd Newcastle Northumbria Uni
Mon 4th Leeds Cockpit
Tues 5th York Fibbers
Thurs 7th Nottingham Bodega
Fri 8th Cambridge Haymakers
Sat 9th Stoke Sugarmill
Sun 10th Cardiff Arts Institute
Tues 12th Manchester Academy 3 (DD support)
Wed 13th Hull Lamp
Thurs 14th Glasgow King Tuts (DD support)
Sat 23rd Oxford Jericho (DD support)
Sun 24th Norwich Arts Centre (DD support)
Tues 26th London Scala (DD support)
Wed 27th Birmingham Hare & Hounds (DD support)
Thurs 28th Coventry Kasbah (DD support)
Fri 29th Dundee Hustlers
Sat 30th Aberdeen Snafu
Mon 1st Edinburgh Cabaret Voltaire
Wed 3rd London Luminaire
Thurs 4th Southampton Joiners
Fri 5th Sheffield Boardwalk
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