Deer Tick announce UK live dates

In September 2017, for the first time in four years, the acclaimed and beloved Providence, RI band Deer Tick released new music into the world in the shape of two new albums; Vol.1 and Vol.2. Riding a wave of support from media and fans on both sides of the Atlantic, the band can now announce that they’ll bring their exhilarating live show back to the UK in Jan and Feb, playing at Celtic Connections in Glasgow, as well as what will be a huge headline set at London’s Islington Assembly Hall.

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The UK dates in full

20 Jan 2018 Celtic Connections @ O2 ABC, Glasgow, UK
30 Jan 2018 Islington Assembly Hall, London, UK
31 Jan 2018 The Fleece, Bristol, UK
01 Feb 2018 Deaf Institute, Manchester, UK
02 Feb 2018 Community Room @ Brudenell Social Club, Leeds, UK

Tickets are now on sale from the band’s website HERE

 

Praise for Vol.1 and Vol.2

“John McCauley is a little bit Tom Petty, a little bit Johnny Cash and a little bit spectacular… my favorite new singer-songwriter.” – Stevie Nicks

“…throughout both albums, the band varies its rhythms and arrangements with surprising agility. “Sloppy,” for instance, re-imagines Nirvana as Southern-fried blues rock, while “Hope Is Big” allows us to picture what Billy Joel might have sounded like had he been born south of the Mason-Dixon line.” – Pitchfork

“Vol. 1′ and ‘Vol. 2’ find the Rhode Island roots rockers back and better than ever.” – NOISEY

“Vol.1 is raw, introspective and rootsy… Vol.2 is its noisy yang” – Mojo

“Vol 1 is reflective and rootsy… Vol 2 is high-class punk thrash” – Uncut

“The first instalment of the double-header “showcases the folk-driven roots/rock style” that Deer Tick have nurtured a rep for. Vol. 2 sees the Providence, Rhode Island group attach spark plugs to their sound and send a healthy jolt of electricity through the beats. It’s abrasive and smacks of attitude.” – The Line of Best Fit

“…the two records reflect a revitalized band that’s found the footing that eluded them not in youthful disquiet, but in the complexities of getting older.” – Consequence of Sound

Listen to both albums on Spotify HERE

 

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