The new single released May 24th on A&M Records
The Cheek are the newest signings to A&M Records, the Suffolk five-piece will release Just One Night on May 24th. The single's been produced by Suede and Pulp producer Ed Buller.
The band who recently relocated from Woodbridge to London formed when they were just 14 years old. Since their move, The Cheek have played lots of shows in the city centre preparing for their first headline tour.
Catch them at one of the following dates:
24th Underground, Stoke (£5, 14+)
28th Lamp, Hull (£5, 14+)
29th Moho, Manchester (£6, 16+)
30th West End Centre, Aldershot (£6)
1st Live at Leeds Festival
2nd Academy 2, Oxford (£6, 14+)
3rd Academy 3, Birmingham (£6, 14+)
4th Academy 2, Liverpool (£6, 14+)
5th Offshore 44, Newcastle
7th Inside Out, Darlington
8th Escobar, Wakefield (£4, 14+)
9th Fibbers, York (£5, 14+)
11th Academy 2, Sheffield (£6, 14+)
12th Mad Ferret, Preston (£6, 18+)
13th Great Escape Festival Brighton
14th Inn On The Square, Barnstaple (£6, 16+)
15th Moles, Bath
17th King Tuts, Glasgow (£6, 18+)
18th 100 Club, London (£8.50)
29th Dot to Dot Festival, Bristol
30th Dot to Dot Festival, Nottingham
31st Dot to Dot Festival, Manchester
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