TOUR & SINGLE NEWS: Clean Cut Kid announce new single ‘Vitamin C’, October 2017 tour


Clean Cut Kid have announced details of their new single and a headline tour in October. ‘Vitamin C’ is available on all digital partners through the band’s own Babe Magnet Records/Polydor and coincides with the announcement of a 10-date nationwide headline tour in October. Clean Cut Kid are also announced as special guests of The Killers at British Summer Time in Hyde Park on July 8th.

‘Vitamin C’ is taken from Clean Cut Kid’s exhilarating debut album ‘Felt’ which was released in May to rave reviews. It was recorded at Liverpool’s Parr Street Studios with Blossoms and The Coral producer Rich Turvey, London’s Konk Studios with Arcade Fire collaborator Craig Silvey and London’s Voltaire Studios with Cam Blackwood (George Ezra, Wolf Alice). What emerges is a contemporary indie-pop record filled with defiant pop hooks and emotionally-charged fragility.

Clean Cut Kid recently wrapped a nationwide headline tour as well as a run of dates supporting Michael Kiwanuka. With the same relentless touring spirit that has seen them play 145 shows over the past 18 months, the band have announced a 10-date headline tour in October as well as performances at British Summer Time, TRNSMT and Camp Bestival to name but a few.

The festival dates are:
1st July Community Festival
2nd July Barn On The Farm
8th July British Summer Time
9th July TRNSMT
14th July Readipop
21st July Secret Garden Party
29th July Y Not Festival
30th July Leopallooza
4th Aug Fieldview
5th Aug 110 Above
6th Aug Hope & Glory
25th Aug Camper Calling
26th Aug Greenbelt
8th Sept Camp Bestival

And October tour dates are:

16th Oct Cardiff Club Ifor Bach
17th Oct Oxford Bullingdon
18th Oct Reading Sub89
19th Oct Stoke-on-Trent The Sugarmill
21st Oct Southampton The Loft
22nd Oct Wolverhampton Newhampton Arts Centre
23rd Oct Nottingham Rescue Rooms
25th Oct Leeds Brudenell Social Club
26th Oct Leicester Dryden Street Social
27th Oct Sheffield Leadmill

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