Two-piece American rock band '68 have announced that they'll be popping over to the UK and Europe before the end of the year. Their first visit to these shores this summer left Josh Scogin (vocals/guitar) and Michael McLellan (drums) eager for more as they brought their unique brand of intensity to venues across the continent. Experience the frenetic energy that is '68's live show first-hand when they make it back over here.
'68 debut album 'In Humor And Sadness' was released through EOne Entertainment / Good Fight Music earlier this year to critical acclaim, debuting at #1 on the Billboard New Artist Chart in their native US.
UK & EUROPEAN TOUR DATES
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01.12 Munchen (D) Feierwerk
02.12 Dessau (D) Beatclub
03.12 Koln (D) Underground
04.12 Antwerp (B) Kavka
05.12 Nottingham (UK) Rock City Basement
06.12 Plymouth (UK) The Underground
07.12 Leeds (UK) The Key Club
08.12 Glasgow (UK) Classic Grand
09.12 Birmingham (UK) o2 Academy 3
10.12 Newcastle (UK) o2 Academy 2
11.12 Manchester (UK) Sound Control
12.12 Brighton (UK) Audio
13.12 Bristol (UK) The Exchange
14.12 London (UK) Borderline
15.12 York (UK) Fibbers
16.12 Southampton (UK) Joiners
17.12 Oxford (UK) o2 Academy 2
19.12 Frankfurt (D) 11ER
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