Ahead of the release of their debut LP ‘Annabel Dream Reader’ later this month, Brighton grunge-relics The Wytches have announced details of their biggest UK tour to date for later this year.
Kicking off in Sheffield on October 6 the tour swings by the usual haunts before The Wytches cap things off with their biggest headline show to date at London’s Scala on December 3.
The Wytches have also announced today an evening of special live performances to celebrate the release of their debut album ‘Annabel Dream Reader’. The night will take place across various venues on Monday 25th August.
The band will start with an acoustic set at the Old Operating Theatre Museum and Herb Garret in London Bridge. This will be followed by a plugged in set just a five-minute walk away at Bermondsey’s Village Hall. The night will end with the band playing a headline show at Bleach in their hometown, Brighton.
- 6th Harley, Sheffield
- 7th Think, Tank, Newcastle
- 9th Sound & Vision, Norwich
- 10th West End Centre, Aldershot
- 11th Kazimer, Liverpool
- 13th Duchess, York
- 14th Roadmender, Northampton
- 16th Joiners, Southampton
- 17th Exchange, Bristol
- 27th Brudenell, Leeds
- 28th Deaf Institute, Manchester
- 29th Stereo, Glasgow
- 2nd Hare & Hounds, Birmingham
- 3rd Scala, London
- 4th Venue TBA, Brighton