Rising LA quintet The Neighbourhood announce UK headline tour
May sees the return of Los Angeles natives The Neighbourhood to UK shores for a 5-date headline stint. The quintet, fresh from supporting Interpol's Paul Banks on his January tour, will be playing in support of 'Let It Go', taken from their 2012 release I'm Sorry. The single saw it's production handled by Justyn Pilbrow and Emile Haynie, notable for working with such artists as Eminem and Llana Del Ray. This month has also seen the video release of seductive B-side 'A Little Death'.
The Zane Lowe-approved group's upcoming tour follows a string of sell out shows in November of last year, and will see them off to the festival season, including a confirmed slot at Coachella.
Listen to the band's Radio 1 Live Lounge session:
- May 2013 Dates:
- 3rd Manchester, Ruby Lounge
- 4th Leeds, Live At Leeds
- 5th Glasgow, King Tuts
- 7th Bristol, Start The Bus
- 8th London, Heaven
The two artists recently toured together, so it was only a matter of time before they worked together on a track. [read more]
The Neighbourhood, a weird-rock band, have released a 5-song EP for free in exchange for your email address. One of those records you'll probably love, but not in a dark alley. I'm Sorry... is really diverse, vaguely disturbing but really worth a shot. What do you think? [read more]
The Neighbourhood will be touring the UK in February with Manchester's The 1975. They've also premiered a new video for 'Afraid', the second single from their debut record I Love You. [read more]