Psych-rockers Black Lizard have announced their first headline European tour. The band travel to Germany, the UK, Belgium, France & Holland through late March into April.
Their self-titled debut LP is out now via Soliti, and has seen the band picking up a good reputation within the European psych scene, but also spreading their wings further afield. They took several trips to the UK in 2013, including opening the inaugural Ja Ja Ja Festival in November, picking up some good notices from influential indie publications like Drowned In Sound and Crack Magazine along the way.
The vinyl of the album quickly sold out, and is being repressed by the band's label Soliti, also home to The New Tigers, Astrid Swan, Black Twig and Delay Trees.
21.03. Magnet Club, Berlin DE
22.03. Zakk Club, Dusseldorf DE
23.03. Molotow im Exil, Hamburg DE
24.03. Milla, Munich, DE
25.03. Zwölfzehn, Stuttgart DE
26.03. Café Video, Gent BE
28.03. Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen, London UK
29.03. Great Central Studios, Rugby UK
31.03. The Castle Hotel, Manchester UK
02.04. La Mécanique Ondulatoire, Paris FR
04.04. Melkweg, Amsterdam NL
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