Mark Eitzel and Vudi bring The Golden Age to UK
[b]American Music Club[/b] have announced a ten-date UK tour for early next year.
The band are coming over in February to promote their ninth studio album ‘The Golden Age’, their first since 2004’s Love Songs For Patriots’.
Speaking about the new material and answering critics to his dark songs, songwriter and front man [b]Mark Eitzel[/b] has said: “I don’t intend to make songs dark or difficult. I want to make the best f*cked up pop songs out there.”
American Music Club have gained two new members, Eitzel and guitarist Vudi remain from the old formation. Newcomers are bassist [b]Sean Hoffman[/b] and former The Lark’s drummer [b]Steve Didelot[/b].
AMC last played the UK, at London’s South Bank in 2004.
See them play here:
[b]Bristol, Thekkla (February 3)
Leeds, Irish Centre (5)
Manchester, Academy 3 (6)
Newcastle, The Cluny (7)
Glasgow, Oran Mor (8)
Nottingham, Rescue Rooms (9)
Birmingham, Glee Club (10)
Brighton, Concorde 2 (12)
London, Dingwalls (13)
Norwich, Arts Centre (March 20)[/b]
Read [b]Uncut’s first review of The Golden Age[/b] on John Mulvey’s Wild Mercury Sound blog here.
More news details about the album are available here.
The band’s official website is here: www.american-music-club.com