(Published by Musika)


Following shows at The Great Escape festival and London’s Borderline club, and their being heralded as a ‘Band To Watch For 2012’ by NME,  Wet Nuns, a death-blues duo from Yorkshire, have announced details of their new single and tour. The single, ‘Why You So Cold’, is due for release on September 10, and will be available digitally and on a limited edition 7”. Their previous singles have been described as ‘hedonistic riffology’ by The Fly and more colourfully by Thrash Hits as ‘music that makes us want to get in bar fights in the vain hope that it might impress hot girls with tattoos’. By all accounts ‘Why You So Cold’ is more of the same.

As well as the new single, the band are taking their ‘songs about women, death and beer’ on the road. After playing the Sheffield Tramlines Festival later this month and a show for Converse at the 100 Club in August, the band kick of their tour proper in September. Tickets are already available from http://www.artistticket.com for the following dates:

6th Sept – LONDON – Barfly
7th Sept – ISLE OF WIGHT – Bestival
12th Sept – BRISTOL – Louisiana
13th Sept – BRIGHTON – The Hope
14th Sept – HASTINGS – Brass Monkey
15th Sept – BEDFORD – Bedford Pad
16th Sept – BIRMINGHAM – Hare and Hounds
20th Sept – LIVERPOOL – Shipping Forecast
21st Sept – LEEDS – Packhorse
22nd Sept – FORFAR – The Plough
23rd Sept – EDINBURGH – Electric Circus
27th Sept – YORK – Stereo
28th Sept – WAKEFIELD – Hop
29th Sept – NOTTINGHAM – Stealth vs Rescued
4th Oct – MANCHESTER – Castle
5th Oct – MILTON KEYNES – Sno! Bar

Check out their last single, ‘Throttle’, below


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