Cheshire Cat Smile
Sheffield boys Milburn, are set to embark on a string of headline tour dates ahead of their next single release 'Cheshire Cat Smile' out July 10th on Mercury Records.
Click here to watch the amazing new video by Milburn 'Cheshire Cat Smile' out July 10th
Milburn have been kicking up a merry storm in the six months since singer Joe Carnell finished his A Levels and put his university place on hold. They have recently been showcasing their energy-packed live shows across Europe with their estate-mates Arctic Monkeys, as well as their own headline shows, and just recently a co-headline tour with The Rifles. The band have been collecting themselves legions of loyal and rabid fans up and down the country.
The new single, 'Cheshire Cat Smile' is pure, spikey, up for it guitar-pop packed with attitude. The single received its first play on Radio 1 six weeks ahead of release! The bands yet to be titled debut album will be out on September 25th, it is produced by Dave Eringa (Manic Street Preachers, Ash) and recorded at Jacobs Studio in Surrey.
Catch Milburn while you can at these places in July:
Tues 11th) Aberdeen, Moshulu
Wed 12th) Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
Thurs 13th) Birmingham, Academy
Fri 14th) Brighton,Concorde 2
Sun 16th) Cardiff, Barfly
Mon 17th) London, Electric Ballroom
Tues 18th) Manchester, Academy 3
Wed 19th) Oxford, Zodiac
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