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The Struts UK Tour

The Struts have announced a headline UK tour for February 2019 plus a brand new album, due out for release on 26 October 2018.

The Struts 2019 UK Tour Dates:

Leeds Stylus, 16 Feb
Nottingham Rock City, 17
Newcastle University Student Union, 18
Glasgow The Garage, 19
Bristol SWX, 22
Manchester Academy 2, 23
Birmingham O2 Institute, 24
London O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, 26

Tickets on sale Friday (21 September) at 9am from Gigantic Ticketmaster Ticketweb See Tickets

Pre-order the album for Presale access and the chance to win two spots to an intimate acoustic set + meet and greet with the band here

The British glam-rockers have also shared new track ‘Bulletproof Baby’, lifted from their upcoming album alongside hit singles ‘Body Talks’, ‘Primadonna Like Me’ and ‘Body Talks’ featuring Kesha as a bonus track.

Lead singer Luke Spiller commented, “Finally we can reveal our second album, YOUNG&DANGEROUS. We have poured our blood, sweat and tears into this album and I know you are all going to love it. This is dedicated to all of our amazing fans who have waited so long for this record. I hope these songs provide the perfect soundtrack to this crazy thing called life. Thank you once again. Be sure to get tickets to our tour so we can all sing these new songs together. Much love x.”


Since first forming in Derby in 2012, The Struts have grown a dedicated fanbase as well as been embraced be rock and roll icons like The Rolling Stones, The Who, Guns N’ Roses and Mötley Crüe/ The talented four-piece also opened for the Foo Fighters and received high praise from Dave Grohl.

Be sure to catch them live in 2019!

‘YOUNG&DANGEROUS’ Track Listing:

Body Talks
Primadonna Like Me
In Love With A Camera
Bulletproof Baby
Who Am I?
Fire (Part 1)
Somebody New
Tatler Magazine
I Do It So Well
Freak Like You
Ashes (Part 2)
Body Talks ft. Kesha

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