Damnably Records have an enviable record of spotting exciting bands from far-flung places, having previously worked with Cincinnati based Americana quintet Wussy, Japanese cult heroes Shonen Knife, French/Norwegian singer-songwriter Capt. Lovelace and Bruja from, erm, Barnsley.
They’re bringing together three of their finest imports for a week of shows in the spring for the Golden Week 2019 tour. They’ll kick off in Manchester with a show at The Deaf Institute on 29th April, hit London’s Scala on 2nd May and finish up at The CCA in Glasgow two days later. Full dates are below:
29th April – Manchester, Deaf Institute
30th April – Leicester, The Musician
1st May – Bristol, The Fleece
2nd May – London, Scala
3rd May – Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
4th May – Glasgow, CCA
Otoboke Beaver will be familiar to regular readers from Paul Maps’ gushing reviews of their previous visits to the UK, and the Japanese rapid-fire art punk quartet will be headlining the tour.
Joining them for a third time, South Korean indie quartet Say Sue Me will bring their disarming retro-tinged guitar jangle to the party.
And heading to these shores for their first Damnably tour, Korean hardcore outfit Drinking Boys and Girls Choir will be opening proceedings at the shows.
Tickets for the shows are available now – get yours here.