T.O.R.N.A.D.O. is the first single from The Go! Team's highly anticipated new album 'Rolling Blackouts' which is set for release in the UK on January 31st through Memphis Industries, in the States on February 1st 2011. Speaking about the first single band leader Ian Parton says: "Its our answer to "the taking of pelham 123" and probably our most direct song yet - an all-out 2 minute slammer."
Rolling Blackouts will be the third album from the Brighton-based sextet, since the release of their first album 'Thunder, Lightning, Strike' in 2004, the band have slowly been gaining momentum and are seen by many as one of the best live bands to emerge from the UK in recent years.
The video for T.O.R.N.A.D.O. was directed by James Slater.
The Go! Team is: Ian Parton, Ninja, Kaori Tsuchida, Jamie Bell, Sam Dook and Chi Fukami Taylor.
The Go! Team will be on tour in February, catch them at one of the following dates.
3 Glasgow Oran Mor
4 Edinburgh Liquid Rooms
5 Aberdeen Lemon Tree
8 London Heaven
9 Cambridge The Junction
10 Birmingham Institute
11 Bristol Anson Rooms
13 Falmouth Princess Pavilion
14 Bournemouth Old Fire Station
15 Oxford O2 Academy
16 Brighton Concorde 2
18 Leeds Cockpit
19 Manchester Academy 2
20 Liverpool O2 Academy2
21 Nottingham Rescue Rooms
24 Norwich Waterfront
25 Sheffield O2 Academy2
26 Leicester O2 Academy2
27 Cardiff Millennium Music Hall
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