Punk poet iTCH is pleased to announce a headline show at London's 100 Club on 6thMay. The legendary venue will host his first UK headline show following the release of his debut album The Deep End, which is released March 24th via Red Bull Records. Tickets for the show go on sale on Wednesday 26th February
The show takes places after iTCH finishes his second tour of the UK this year with Dan le Sac VS Scroobius Pip. Full tour dates below.
The Deep End is a huge debut from the former King Blues frontman, taking in a massive array of styles, yet maintaining iTCH's unique delivery, fire and integrity. Known for his cutting and honest lyrical approach, the energy of The Deep End never lets up, creating a varied, sonic journey from one of the UK's finest creative talents.
22nd Wolves Slade Rooms*
23rd Preston 53 degrees*
24th Liverpool East Village*
25th Warwick Warwick arts centre*
26th Chester The Live Rooms*
27th Reading Sub 89*
28th Plymouth White Rabbit*
29th Bournemouth Old Fire Station*
1st Bath Komedia*
3rd Nottingham Rescue *
6th London 100 Club - HEADLINE SHOW
* with Dan Le Sac VS Scroobius Pip
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