Marmozets have announced that they will be playing London's Kentish Town Forum on October 19.
It will be one of the band's biggest ever London headline shows.
So that's a dab of this:
A sprinkling of this:
And maybe even a smothering of this:
Tickets go on sale this Friday (March 23) at 9am.
If you can't wait that long, the band are also hitting the road for a string of dates in May.
Have a glance:
04 - NORWICH Waterfront
05 - LIVERPOOL Academy
06 - NEWCASTLE Boiler Shop
07 - EXETER Lemon Grove
09 - NORTHAMPTON Roadmender
10 - COVENTRY Kasbah
11 - OXFORD Academy
We spoke to vocalist Becca McIntyre all about the band's latest album 'Knowing What You Know Now' for the Rock Sound Podcast.
You can read of snippet below:
IT'S A VERY DIVERSE AND DYNAMIC RECORD - YOU CAN CERTAINLY TELL THERE WERE A LOT OF IDEAS COMING TOGETHER AT ONCE. "Why would you want to eat the same thing every day? You want to spice it up and have something a little different, and that’s how we are with music. We don’t want to do the same thing everyday because we’re just going to get sick and tired of it. That’s the beauty of art; you can go in so many different directions. It’s a lot more upbeat and we did experiment more with electronics because we have Josh, who is not just an amazing drummer but also a whizkid on his laptop."
DID YOU ULTIMATELY JUST WANT TO SEE HOW FAR YOU COULD PUSH THE MARMOZETS SOUND? "I think we naturally push things. We never think, ‘We can’t do this, maybe we should do that instead’ etc. I don’t know how we end up making it work for each other - it just does. I guess it’s the love we have for each other that drives us forward, and the confidence that we have in our ability. When you love something this much you end up pinching it and putting it on your coat like a badge. It’s part of you."
DO YOU FEEL IT'S IMPORTANT TO BE FEARLESS IN THIS DAY AND AGE? "I think the right bands stand tall within their weirdness, and in their uniqueness and their beauty. People love to connect with things that are real. Some people love the glamour and the fakeness, but other people love the real stuff. It’s about having that balance. It’s cool being real and sticking to your guns, though. It does help."