Blues rockers The Temperance Movement have lined up an intimate UK tour for this autumn.
Having toured with The Rolling Stones, scored two Top 20 albums and played a string of sizeable headline shows, the band have decided to take to smaller venues to create an intimate experience for themselves and their fans.
As well as playing material from their back catalogue, attendees will be treated to brand new music as the band continue work on the follow-up to 2016’s ‘White Bear’.
The aptly titled ‘Small Rooms, New Tunes’ tour takes in a total of 14 shows opening at Chester Live Rooms on Monday 6th November and closing at Aldershot West End Centre on Friday 24th November.
"This tour is all about us getting out in the UK and connecting with those fans all over the country that helped us build the band,” says guitarist Paul Sayer.
“It's about getting up close and personal with those guys. We've got loads of new material to play as well as there's nowhere better than a sweaty club to road test some new music! Can't bloody wait..."
Tickets to the tour go on sale from Planet Rock Tickets at 9am on Friday 30th June. See The Temperance Movement at the following shows:
Chester The Live Rooms – Mon 6th
York Crescent – Tue 7th
Hull Fruit – Wed 8th
Stoke The Sugarmill - Thu 9th
Leicester Dryden Street Social – Sat 11th
Wolverhampton Newhampton Arts Centre – Sun 12th
Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach – Tue 14th
Plymouth The Hub – Wed 15th
Brighton The Haunt – Thu 16th
Colchester Arts Centre – Fri 17th
Milton Keynes The Craufurd Arms – Sun 19th
London Borderline – Mon 20th
Dover The Booking Hall – Tue 21st
Aldershot West End Centre – Fri 24th