Rock trio Young Legionnaire will play various dates across the UK over the coming weeks after launching the tour with a show at Brighton’s Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar last Saturday (September 24th).
The band, which comprises former Automatic and yourcodenameis:milo member Paul Mullen, Bloc Party bassist Gordon Moakes and drummer Dean Pearson, followed up Saturday’s first date with a stop at Gloucester’s Underground festival yesterday.
Tonight, they will perform at Brighton’s Fleece venue, with the tour moving into October at Oxford’s Jericho on the 1st. Two North West gigs will close the jaunt, at Manchester’s The Ruby Lounge on the 6th and Liverpool’s The Shipping Forecast a day later.
Young Legionnaire released their debut album, ‘Crisis Works‘, in May this year.
24th – Brighton – Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar
25th – Gloucester – Underground Festival
26th – Bristol – The Fleece
27th – Birmingham – The Rainbow
28th – Southampton – The Joiners
29th – London – Borderline
30th – Guilford – Boiler Room
1st – Oxford – Jericho
3rd – Sheffield – The Plug
4th – Newcastle – The Cluny
5th – Glasgow – King Tuts
6th – Manchester – The Ruby Lounge
7th – Liverpool – The Shipping Forecast