Having spread the gospel of Egg throughout the summer with oodles of festival appearances (including a packed-out Far Out Stage at Green Man and a spectacular headline show at Indietracks), surreal DIY punk rockers THE LOVELY EGGS (and hardest working band in indie), head back out on the road for autumn shows in October and November.
They’re delighted to announce some exciting supports with Leeds art-rockers Mush as well as Manchester feminist post-punks ILL. They also welcome back poet and comedian Rob Auton, fresh from a successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe. Dates on the tour include their biggest London show to date at The Scala on 28 October.
Since its release in February, their most recent album This is Eggland has won high praise from critics and fans alike. The Independent’s 4* review described it as “a giant leap forward” with The Guardian describing their single Wiggy Giggy as “marvellous.” Iggy Pop has become a great and enthusiastic supporter, playing various tracks and singles on his BBC 6 Music Radio show over the past few months, saying; “I like everything I hear about The Lovely Eggs.”
The gig will be held at the Brudenell Social Club in Leeds on October 19th.