The Rescue Rooms archives: 2017
DIRTY HIT TOUR, Live In Rescue Rooms
- Tuesday 28th March 2017
- Supported by: Superfood, King Nun, Pale Waves
DIRTY HIT TOUR 2017
SUPERFOOD TO HEADLINE INAUGURAL TOUR WITH SUPPORT FROM KING NUN AND PALE WAVES
After spending the last few years cultivating a roster that features the best in upcoming, forward-thinking music from both sides of the Atlantic, Dirty Hit Records today announce news of the first Dirty Hit Tour. In the last few years the label's name has become synonymous with the innovative and anthemic, serving as a home for two of the biggest bands in the country, The 1975 and Wolf Alice.
Headlining the inaugural tour will be Superfood, who, after a couple of years spent re-calibrating find themselves armed with a collection of new songs ready for their debut airing on these upcoming dates.
Joining Superfood on the run will be raucous London newcomers King Nun, a youthful quartet who burst into view at the tail end of last year with ferocious debut double A-side 'Tulip' and 'Speakerface'. Rounding off the bill will be Pale Waves, one of the most exciting new bands coming out of Manchester, and one we can expect to see a lot more of in 2017.