Fresh from releasing his massive debut album The Deep End, iTCH has announced the support acts for his headline show at London's 100 Club on May 6th. Sure to excite fans of his former band The King Blues, main support will come from former bandmate Jamie Jazz's new act Bleach Blood. Other acts handpicked by iTCH to play at the show are Welsh bass/grime collective Astroid Boys and new South London hip-hop band Polar Zu.
iTCH says: "So excited to announce the supports for the 100 club on Tues May 6th. We have the brilliant Polar Zu, the incomparable Astroid Boys and the highly sexual Bleach Blood. Will there be a special encore.?"
Bleach Blood's Jamie Jazz says: "We're really excited. It's been a few years since we've worked together and really happy our projects are coming to get together at the same time. The 100 Club was very special venue for The King Blues so it's fitting that we're coming together again here in the heart of London."
iTCH's debut album was recently released by Red Bull Records and features the singles 'Life Is Poetry', 'Best Shot' and 'Homeless Romantic' feat. Adam Lazzara'.
As well as the headline show, iTCH will also continue the second leg of his tour with Dan Le Sac VS Scroobius Pip. Dates below.
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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