The Courteeners will now spend no fewer than seven nights at the Manchester Apollo in December after adding an extra two shows there today.
The Courteeners have unveiled the details of a UK tour which will take them into the last month of 2015.
A host of new names have been added to this year’s Isle Of Wight festival, which will be headlined by Fleetwood Mac, The Prodigy and The Black Keys.
The Courteeners will cement their position as one of Manchester’s favourite homegrown bands when they play an outdoor gig at the city’s Heaton Park on June 5th 2015.
The Courteeners were forced off stage early in London on Friday night (November 7th) after someone in the crowd lit a flare shortly into a rendition of ‘Not Nineteen Forever‘.
Unsurprisingly, the moment was captured on a mobile phone, has been uploaded to YouTube, and can be seen below.
The Courteeners will be out on a UK tour from the end of October, and plan on staying there for the best part of a month.
Manchester’s younger sons The Courteeners have returned with a brave fourth album, ‘Concrete Love‘; they’re forever a youthful and inventive band that see the beauty in twisting heads, turning tables, and tearing out hearts.
Their experimentalism is exceptional, their madness amazing. The Courteeners can no longer be marginalised by the narrow-sights and small-sized minds of the judges of modern-day music.
Limited to pub jukeboxes? Not when they have the tunes to pack out palaces across the legendary localities of our globe with as much spite, snarl and seriousness as a real man whilst also being greatly brave, adventurous and innovating, providing some mystery beneath an ocean’s worth of prolific songwriting.
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