…And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead have announced a reissue of their classic album ‘Madonna’, alongside a series of UK dates to coincide with the 20th anniversary of their second album.

…And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead

 

Texan alt rock legends ‘And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead’  will be taking their classic album on the road for an extensive set of UK dates. Along with  ‘Madonna’, Trail Of Dead are set to play plenty more songs taken from their impressive nine album back catalogue.

With a track record for furiously intense live performances, you can, and most definitely should, check out the band playing at one of the following UK tour dates before they head over to tour Europe:

  • Feb 1st – London, The Garage
  • Feb 2nd – Birmingham Castle and Falcon
  • Feb 3rd – Newcastle Riverside
  • Feb 4th – Leeds Brudenell Social Club
  • Feb 5th – Bath Komedia
  • Feb 6th – Manchester Club Academy
  • Feb 7th – Glasgow Art School
  • Feb 8th – Oxford o2 Academy
  • Feb 9th – Bedford Esquires
  • Feb 10th – Cambridge Storey’s Field Centre
  • Feb 11th – Brighton, The Haunt

‘Madonna’,  originally issued on Merge Records, has had the remaster treatment and is to be released the Austin Texas based label ‘Super Secret Records’. The re-release is a strictly limited run which is currently available over at the band’s webstore.

Of course, shipping from the US can prove costly, so you’d be much better to spend that shipping cash on some tickets for one of the forthcoming dates, as the band have announced they will be also selling copies of the album on their merch stand!

The ‘Madonna’ tour follows on from last years successful run of ‘Source Tags and Codes’ anniversary tour, and promises to be an immense evening.

Tickets for the tour are currently on sale at See Tickets.

 

 

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Christopher Lloyd is 43 and based in the West Midlands. He discovered a passion for music journalism when he was fifteen after getting a family member to blag him tickets to see Nirvana, but only if he wrote about it. This eventually led to him finding a love of writing and photography, his writings have been published in many local newspaper chains, drowned in sound and NME. He once released an abysmal charity 7". Of his various, and quite frankly bizarre claims to fame, his favourite is that he once ended up shopping for cheese in a Manhattan deli with Luciano Pavarotti.

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