News Wed 22 May 2019

THE MURDER CAPITAL ANNOUNCE EUROPEAN HEADLINE TOUR ANNOUNCED FOR OCTOBER

THE MURDER CAPITAL ANNOUNCE EUROPEAN HEADLINE TOUR ANNOUNCED FOR OCTOBER

THE MURDER CAPITAL ANNOUNCE DEBUT ALBUM

"WHEN I HAVE FEARS"

OUT 16TH AUGUST ON HUMAN SEASON RECORDS

EUROPEAN HEADLINE TOUR ANNOUNCED FOR OCTOBER

Following sell-out shows on their April tour, the group have also announced a new string of UK & European headline dates for October and November 2019 

UK DATES:

13th July - Heartbreakers - Southampton, UK

14th July - Citadel Festival - London, UK

15th July - The Portland Arms - Cambridge, UK

16th July - The Boiler Room - Guildford, UK

18th July - Valkhof Festival - Nijmegen, NL

19th July - Latitude Festival - Beccles, UK

20th July - The Independent - Sunderland, UK

21st July - Doune The Rabbit Hole - Port of Meredith, UK

23rd July - The Crescent - York, UK

24th July - The Cookie - Leicester, UK

25th July - The Arts Club - Liverpool, UK

The Murder Capital ended 2018 as that rare thing: a band tipped from all corners without having released a single song. In an age where people and bands overshare by default, The Murder Capital have been doing the opposite. If you wanted to know about The Murder Capital, you had to get to a show and see for yourself. That’s if you could get in. Based on the caustic strength of one live recording of “More Is Less”, which went viral on YouTube (watch), and feverish word of mouth from those who have been lucky enough to attend these early gigs, The Murder Capital have built a formidable reputation. In just over a year, they’ve sold out shows in their hometown of Dublin (to 400 people), played with Slaves, Shame, IDLES and fellow countrymen Fontaines DC and seen the likes of the NME, Loud & Quiet, Dork and DIY back them already – with The Irish Times calling them out as Ireland’s best new rock band.

With debut single “Feeling Fades” and its follow up “Blue & Green” the band fulfilled their early promise – delivering two propulsive slices of post-punk recorded with Flood (PJ Harvey, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Foals). In one of their rare interviews so far, the band have stated they are driven by the genuine desire to affect cultural change, and when front-man James McGovern repeats the lyric “the now elapsed ‘round you and me, and it kept us all together” on “Feeling Fades”, you start to believe that they’re capable of achieving just that.

www.themurdercapital.com