Scholars' new single, Bad For Business, will be released on February 27th, 2012. They are currently in the midst of a UK tour to promote their new single, which started on the 9th February in Stevenage and will continue until the 25th February, where it will conclude at Basingstoke.
The music video for this new single was directed by Scott Peters. The band performs their song energetically, while being surrounded by cardboard boxes. Towards the end of the song, they begin destroying the boxes but don't worry; afterwards they recycled them.
Scholars are: Chris Aylett (Bass); Mike Frost (Drums); Sam Nicholls (Vocals, Keys); Cal Owen (Guitar) and Tom Woodstock (Guitar, Keys). In 2011, the band embarked on several tours and played with the likes of letlive., The Computers, Young Guns, Spycatcher, And So I Watch You From Afar, The Xcerts, Max Raptor and Gay For Johnny Depp. Scholars also have a celebrity fan in the form of Josh Franceschi of You Me At Six.
Fri 17th BARNSTAPLE Factory (16+)
Sat 18th BRIDGWATER Cherries (18+)
Sun 19th TUNBRIDGE WELLS Forum (16+)
Mon 20th STOKE Minister's Bar (14+)
Tue 21st MANCHESTER Dry Bar (14+)
Wed 22nd NORWICH Karma Kafe (18+)
Thur 23rd BRISTOL The Thekla (18+)
Fri 24th LEICESTER SoundHouse (16+)
Sat 25th BASINGSTOKE Sanctuary (18+)
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