86TVs share new single ‘Somebody Else’s Dream’ and announce 2024 UK and European tour

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86TVs have returned with their newest single ‘Somebody Else’s Dream’ and have introduced particulars of their largest UK and European tour up to now – learn on for all the main points.

‘Somebody Else’s Dream’ pulses with storage rock pressure, the band – comprised of The Maccabees alumni Hugo and Felix White, their brother Will White, and drummer Jamie Morrison (Noisettes and Stereophonics) – making use of four-way concord vocals to counter the aggression.

Watch the visualiser for ‘Somebody Else’s Dream’ beneath.

The track will probably be included on the band’s upcoming self-title debut album, particulars of which had been introduced final month. The document will probably be launched on August 2 and you’ll pre-order/pre-save it right here.

The album’s announcement was accompanied by the discharge of the only ‘Tambourine’, one of many first tracks they ever wrote collectively.

The band may even play a string of 13 UK and European dates, together with a headline present at London’s Electrical Brixton. It kicks off in Germany on November 15 and can wrap at Leeds’ Brudenell Social Membership on December 1. Go to right here for UK tickets, which go pre-sale at 10am on June 19 and common sale at 10am on June 21.

The brand new dates be a part of an already introduced string of in-store acoustic launch reveals and signing classes and competition appearances. In addition they have a slot at Alexandra Palace Park as particular visitors to Noel Gallagher’s Excessive Flying Birds.

86TVs upcoming reveals are:

22 – Isle of Wight Competition
20 – London, Alexandra Palace Park (with Noel Gallagher’s Excessive Flying Birds)
27 – Truck Competition
28 – Tramlines
1 – London, Banquet Information
2 – Brighton, Resident Information
3 – Kendall Calling
4 – Y NOT? Competition
5 – Sheffield, Bear Tree Information
5 – Leeds, Jumbo Information
6 – Edinburgh, Assai Information
6 – Glasgow, Assai Information
7 – Liverpool, Jacaranda Baltic
8 – Bristol, Tough Commerce
9 – London, Tough Commerce East
23 – The Huge Feastival
15 – Hamburg, Rolling Stone Seaside
16 – Berlin, Lark
18 – Amsterdam, Paradiso
19 – Paris, Les Etoiles
21 – Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms
22 – Birmingham, O2 Institute 2
23 – Sheffield, Sidney & Matilda
25 – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
26 – Manchester, Gorilla
27 – Bristol, Fleece
29 – London, Electrical Brixton
30 – Cambridge, Mash

1 – Leeds, Brudenell Social Membership

The band first burst onto the scene as 86TVs with their debut EP ‘You Don’t Have To Be Your self Proper Now’ in January.

Chatting with NME in an interview about writing post-Maccabees and the course of the brand new band, Felix defined how Johnny Marr, the previous Smiths guitarist and songwriter, gave them some essential recommendation for his or her new materials.

“I feel The Maccabees had simply cut up up, however I’d learn Johnny Marr’s autobiography, which I cherished, and it was a extremely hanging time to learn it as a result of a variety of his life has been about reinvention and alter,” he recalled.

He continued: “So there was a correlation in my head at that exact second in my life with what Johnny’s e-book had stated. I ran into him on the NME Awards and stated, ‘Can I ship you some music? We’ve simply been doing a little instrumental music and we don’t know if it’s good’. So I despatched him all these instrumentals, which was really fairly a brazen factor to do trying again at it.”


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