Twisted Wheel Announce Comeback Album & Tour

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Jonny Brown is back with Twisted Wheel as they announce their first album since 2012 and a full UK Tour.

The post punk indie rockers are back to the delight of the underground indie rock scene and in their own words have found their groove and they’re back, unstoppable and relentless and have announced a huge amount of UK dates for April, May and June this year.

After releasing their debut album back in 2009 and rising to highs of supporting Oasis at some of their biggest gigs including Heaton Park, the ‘Lucy the Castle’ trio will release new album ‘Snakes and Ladders’ at some point this year.

With comparisons to bands from everyone such as The Jam to The Enemy and Oasis, the tour is sure to be as ferocious as they always have been and we for one, are so excited for their return.

Twisted Wheel tour dates:
April 20 – The Yellow Earl, Whitehaven
April 26 – Lending Rooms, Leeds
April 27 – The Ferret, Preston
April 28 – Cafe INDIEpendent, Scunthorpe
May 4 – Record Factory, Glasgow
May 5 – P J Molloys, Dunfermline
May 9 – The Cavern, Exeter
May 10 – The Lanes, Bristol
May 11 – Dingwalls, London
May 12 – White Hart, Corby
May 18 – Cafe Totern, Sheffield
May 19 – Fibbers, York
May 25 – Moon on the Water, Cleethorpes
May 26 – The Half Moon, Bishops Stortford
May 31 – Rock City, Nottingham
June 1 – Band on the Wall, Manchester
June 2 – The Soundhouse, Leicester
June 7 – Jumpin Jacks, Newcastle upon Tyne
June 8 – The Adelphi, Hull
June 9 – The Underground, Stoke on Trent
June 15 – Bootleg Social, Blackpool
June 16 – The Hairy Dog, Derby
June 22 – The Garrison, Barnsley
June 23 – Venue TBC, Liverpool
June 29 – Heartbreakers, Southampton
June 30 – Cellar Bar, Blackburn

Tickets are currently on sale.

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