The Sunshine Underground
Leeds based band The Sunshine Underground have announced details of a new single and an extensive UK tour throughout October & November.
The band will release the explosive Commercial Breakdown through City Rockers on October 23rd 2006. The single is lifted from their much praised debut album, Raise The Alarm, which was released in late August.
Hard to catagorise, the new rave tag has been applied and although they have been supported by DJs at parties where illegal substances have been consumed and glow sticks waved, their riotous gigs show them to be equally at home performing live with their groove laden, cross genre, anthem heavy fare. If anything, they almost demand a new genre - new baggy perhaps with the Sunshine Underground providing the Northern working class wing.
The four members met in their native Shrewsbury and collectively moved to Leeds a couple of years ago. By the start of 2005 the band had signed to City Rockers and early singles, Put You In Your Place and I Ain't Losing Any Sleep garnered acclaim from XFM and the NME.
Catch The Sunshine Underground on tour:
14th Berlin Silverwings
15th Cologne MTC
16th Munich Atomic CafÃ©
17th Brussels La Boatanique
18th Amsterdam Paradiso
20th Kingston The Peel
25th Pontefract Counting House
27th Bristol Oxjam
28th Hull Clockworx
30th Manchester Club Academy
1st Leeds Met University
2nd Newcastle Academy 2
3rd Sheffield The Plug
8th Exeter Cavern Club
9th Taunton Aura
10th Swindon Brunel Rooms
11th Oxford Zodiac
13th Southampton Joiners
15th Liverpool Academy 2
16th Stoke Sugarmill
18th Dundee Reading Rooms
19th Aberdeen Moshulu
21st Edinburgh Cabaret Voltaire
22nd Glasgow King Tuts
23rd Preston 53 Degrees
28th London Kings College
I Of The Storm (Official Lyric Video)
Dance Like We're Making Love (Audio)
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