Rising Sheffield outfit The Sherlocks are about to embark on their biggest tour yet, Getintothis’ Nathan Scally has the scoop.
Sheffield band of brothers The Sherlocks have just announced an extensive UK and Ireland tour taking place over a massive 28 shows. They’re taking their cause almost literally all over, so you have no excuse to miss out.
Each year for this foursome gets bigger than the last, having already played supported The Libertines on their arena tour earlier this year. As well as some well received sets at some of the biggest festivals over the summer.
The size of the tour is testament to the ever-growing fan-base that has been snowballing ever since they first broke onto the scene. With no debut album even announced yet, the anticipation for the first full studio effort is peaking and surely on the near horizon.
The Sherlocks play Liverpool O2 Academy on Saturday, February 11, doors 7pm.
Their UK & Ireland tour dates are:
February 1: Mad Hatters, Inverness
February 2: Busker, Dundee
February 3: Lemon Tree, Aberdeen
February 4: PJ Molloys, Dunfermline
February 5: Electric Circus, Edinburgh
February 7: O2 Academy 2, Newcastle
February 8: Middlesbrough Empire, Middlesbrough
February 10: Albert Hall, Manchester
February 11: O2 Academy, Liverpool
February 12: The Grand Social, Dublin
February 14: Voodoo, Belfast
February 15: The Sugarmill, Stoke
February 16: O2 Institute 3, Birmingham
February 17: Thekla, Bristol
February 18: Sin City, Swansea
February 19: Cwlb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
February 21: The Hub, Plymouth
February 22: Talking Heads, Southampton
February 23: Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
February 24: Sub89, Reading
February 25: The Horn, St Albans
February 27: Chinnerys, Southend
February 28: Waterfront Studio, Norwich
March 1: Met Lounge, Peterborough
March 3: The Foundry, Sheffield
March 4: Welly, Hull
March 6: Fibbers, York
March 7: 53 Degrees, Preston
March 8: Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
March 9: Junction2, Cambridge
March 10: Crauford Arms, Milton Keynes
March 12: The Bullingdon, Oxford
March 13: The Wheatsheaf, Frome
March 14: The Boiler Room, Guildford
March 15: Tunbridge Wells Forum, Tunbridge Wells