With their forthcoming fifth album, No Peace, officially set for release on UK shoresMay 26 via Odd Future, Sacramento hardcore trailblazers Trash Talk are set to take their raucous live show on the road in Europe and the UK this July.
In what is set to be a madcap string of dates, the shows will take the band from Munster, Germany's brilliantly named Vainstream Rockfest to the tiny Tunbridge Wells Forum (recently named NME's best small venue in the UK) and on to UK festival slots including Cheltenham's 2000 Trees and Shepton Mallet's Nass.
You can catch Trash Talk on the following dates:
4 July | Belfort, France - Eurockeenes
5 July | Munster, Germany - Vainstream Rockfest
6 July | Knebworth, England - Sonisphere
7 July | Stoke, England - The Sugarmill
8 July | Leicester, England - Scholar Bar
9 July | Newport, Wales - Le Pub
10 July | Coventry, England - Kasbah
11 July | Cheltenham, England - 2000 Trees Festival
12 July | Shepton Mallet, England - Nass Festival
13 July | Tunbridge Wells, England - The Forum
15 July | Paris, France - Espace B
16 July | Haarlem, Holland - Patronaat
17 July | Dour, Belgium - Dour Festival
19 July | Dieburg, Germany - Traffic Jam Open Air
No Peace is set to be released May 26 on Odd Future Records - the band's second outing for them, following 2012's acclaimed 119. The record comes bookended by two beats crafted by legendary hip-hop producer The Alchemist, which Trash Talk drag through the gutter, knuckles up. Also included as a bonus track is 'Stackin' Skins': a rather genius transatlantic collaboration with King Krule and Ratking alumni Wiki, which must be heard to be believed. The same could easily be said for No Peace as a whole - on record or on stage.
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