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The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster ‘Enter The Savage BooHoo’ Tour!

August 26, 2010 by  

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The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster ‘Enter The Savage BooHoo’ Tour!

THE EIGHTIES MATCHBOX B-LINE DISASTER announce details of the Enter The Savage BooHoo Tour!

October
Thursday 21st: Gloucester, Guildhall
Friday 22nd: Manchester, Ritz (bizarre ball)
Saturday 23rd: Durham, Live Lounge
Sunday 24th: Hull, The Lamp
Tuesday 26th: Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
Wednesday 27th: Bristol, Fleece
Thursday 28th: Portsmouth, Wedgewood rooms
Friday 29th: Exeter, Cavern
Saturday 30th: Wolves, Little Civic
Sunday 31st: London, Heaven (curating their own Halloween Ball, full line-up tbc)
November
Wednesday 3rd: Newport, Six feet under
Thursday 4th: Brighton, Digital

http://www.artistticket.com/link/?s=the+eighties+matchbox+b-line+disaster // 0871 230 0333

Following the departure of founder member and guitarist Marc Norris earlier in the year the band have now appointed Dominic Knight as a permanent replacement.
On October 11th Eighties Matchbox release a new single, ‘So Long, Goodnight’, taken from their third album ‘Blood and Fire’ released earlier this year to great acclaim, after a six year hiatus. The single on Black Records, will be available on vinyl and as a download. ‘So Long, Goodnight’ is the band’s first ever ballad. “To me it really reminds me of the whole Beat Generation mentality,” frontman Guy McKnight explains, “and how that filtered down through folk, someone like Bob Dylan, which then transformed into rock music and how that whole beat generation philosophy is basically a strain of proto-punk. ‘So Long, Goodnight’ reminds me of a road movie. It’s definitely an anti-hero ballad.”






 

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