Brighton’s The Great Escape Festival features ITB artists Blood Red Shoes, Cheap Meat, Diane Birch, H. Hawkline, Jamie Isaac, Jane Weaver, Jordan Mackampa, Julie Byrne, Klangstof, Kudu Blue, North Downs, October Drift, Pixey and Sonia Stein on their 2017 line-up.
The 11th edition of Europe’s leading urban festival for new music take place from the 18th – 20th May, with ITB artists plus over a hundred others artists performing at venues across the city. Find the full line-up here.
See forthcoming tour dates for ITB’s artists on our tour calendar here.
Cheap Meat agent contact: Mike Dewdney
Diane Birch and North Downs agent contact: Chris Payne
H. Hawkline, Jane Weaver, Jordan Mackampa, Julie Byrne and Klangstof agent contact: Liam Keightley
Kudu Blue agent contact: James Simmons
Blood Red Shoes and October Drift agent contact: Steve Zapp
Sonia Stein and Pixey agent contact: Phyllis Belezos
Prophets Of Rage, formed by Tom Morello, Brad Wilk, and Tim Commerford of Rage Against the Machine, Chuck D and DJ Lord of Public Enemy and B Real of Cypress Hill, are set to headline London’s O2 Academy Brixton on Tuesday 13th June 2017, just days after their appearance on the main stage of this year’s Download Festival.
Prophets Of Rage are a revolutionary force to be reckoned with. Armed with some of the most vital songs of the past thirty-five years amongst their respective careers, this show is certain to make Brixton rage again.
The band is touring across Europe, Mexico, and South American in 2017, and will be playing London for the first time in June. All dates and info here. London tickets are on-sale from 9am on Friday 31st March via www.livenation.co.uk.
In May he’ll appear at Brighton’s The Great Escape festival, followed by June-July European and UK dates as special guest of Devendra Banhart, plus appearances at summer festivals including Deer Shed, Port Eliot and End of the Road.
All dates and ticket info can be found here.
For I Romanticise, the follow-up to 2015’s In The Pink Of Condition, Evans journeyed to Los Angeles to work with long-term collaborator Cate le Bon, who’s based there now. She forms part of the band who perform on the new album’s 12 tracks, along with Warpaint‘s Stella Mozgawa and composer Josiah Steinbrick. It’s co-produced by Samur Khouja.
He’s already shared ‘Last Thing On Your Mind’ from the album, but now comes new track ‘My Mine’. Listen to it here.
Agent contact: Liam Keightley
Manchester’s biggest indoor festival celebrating the best in British music takes place at the Victoria Warehouse, an incredible and unique event space built in the 1900s.
Tickets on general sale 10am Friday 31st of March here.
To coincide with the release, Black will head out on a six-date UK tour from the 13th-18th of June, calling in at Ramsgate, Brighton, London, Cardiff, Bristol and Manchester.
Tickets on general sale 10am Friday 24th March. All dates and ticket info here.
Live At Leeds, the award winning, city centre, multi-venue event featuring ITB’s Jagwar Ma, Jake Isaac, Annabel Allum, Jordan Mackampa, October Drift, Pixey, Plastic Mermaids and Sam Brookes announces venues and set times for their one day festival on April 29th 2017.
All info and tickets can be found here.
Ben Harper returns to Europe for solo festival and headline shows this summer including Belgium’s Lokerse Feesten August 8th, Spain’s Cap Roig and Starlite Festivals on the 14th and 16th of August respectively.
The American singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and three-times Grammy Award winner will also play two headline shows in Brescia, Italy on the 10th and 11th of August. All dates and ticket info here.
Agent contact: Rod MacSween
Kasabian have announced their sixth studio album, For Crying Out Loud, released April 28th 2017 on Columbia Records. In support of the album, the band have also announced an eight-date intimate tour in the UK & Ireland from the 12th-22nd of April. The tour includes three consecutive nights at London’s O2 Kentish Town Forum.
The Leicester band will call in at Llandudno, Birmingham, Newport, Southend and London, finishing up in Dublin.
Kicking off in Berlin on October 15th, the tour includes stops in Cologne, Brussels, Paris and Amsterdam before heading to the UK for five shows. The multi-million selling Los Angeles rock veterans will play dates in Leeds, Glasgow, Manchester and Birmingham, before finishing up with a huge arena show at London’s Wembley SSE Arena on October 28.
- October Drift supporting Mona in Europe, March
- Eliza and the Bear supporting ITB’s Little Comets in the UK, March
- The Xcerts supporting You Me At Six on selected European dates, March
- Broods supporting Tove Lo in Europe and the UK, March
- Big Spring supporting Decade in the UK, March
- The Hyena Kill supporting The Virginmarys in the UK, March
- Klangstof supporting ITB’s Jagwar Ma in the UK, March
- Grumble Bee supporting The Ultraviolet in Boston, UK March 25th
- Jordan Mackampa supporting Rhiannon Giddens in Europe and the UK, March-April
- Lonely The Brave and Fatherson supporting Mallory Knox in the UK, March-April
- Tigress supporting Counterfeit in Europe and the UK, March-April
- Petrol Girls supporting Strike Anywhere in the UK and Europe, April
- Baby In Vain supporting ITB’s PINS in the UK, April
- Toseland supporting The Brew in Europe, April
- Boy Jumps Ship supporting Patent Pending in the UK, 23-28 April
- mewithoutYou supporting Underøath in the UK, May
- PINS supporting Maximo Park in the UK, May
- Lower Than Atlantis supporting ITB’s Blink-182 on selected shows in Germany, June
- Editors supporting Kings of Leon in Milan Italy, 21st June
- H. Hawkline supporting ITB’s Devendra Banhart in Europe and the UK, June-July
- Public Service Broadcasting supporting The Flaming Lips in Hull and Birmingham UK, 24 June and 12 Aug respectively
- Ward Thomas supporting Miranda Lambert in the UK, August
- Kvelertak supporting Metallica in Europe and the UK, September 2017-May 2018
More info on all dates, artists and remaining tickets here.