Our recap of the stories we featured during the past seven days includes details of the eagerly awaited debut album from Wet Leg.
Wet Leg have confirmed their self-titled debut album will be released on April 8th next year.
With an instant one-two single success thanks to Chaise Longue and Wet Dream as big as any in recent memory, the first full length from Rhian Teasdale and Hester Chambers is primed to be one of 2022’s most anticipated releases.
Self Esteem will play headline dates in the US next year leading up to the appearance at South By Southwest.
Rebecca Taylor is booked at Baby’s All Right in Brooklyn on March 10th and the Moroccan Lounge in Los Angeles on the 14th before the whirlwind of Austin begins shortly after.
Laura Mvula has announced her Pink Noise UK tour in support of this year’s Mercury-nominated album of the same name.
It’ll take place in March 2022; visiting Manchester, Hull, Birmingham, Bristol, Bexhill and London. “Every corner is made warm with sunset tones of the 80s,” Mvula has said of Pink Noise.
The Libertines have announced four UK shows next year in celebration of the 20th anniversary of their modern classic debut album, Up The Bracket.
Tickets went on-sale from 9am UK time last Friday, December 3rd; the gigs due to start at Castlefield Bowl in Manchester on July 1st, 2022.
Royal Blood have announced US and Canadian tour dates for 2022, the duo’s first set there since the release of Typhoons earlier this year.
The tour will open in Toronto on April 18th, 2022, and is due to head into May at McMenamin’s Crystal Ballroom in Portland, OR. Penultimate night is at New York City and Terminal 5, followed by the final gig at House Of Blues in Boston on May 24th.
Kendal Calling‘s return in the summer of 2022 – which by then will have been after an absence of three years – is to be headlined by Stereophonics, The Streets and Supergrass.
Behind them are Sports Team, Working Men’s Club, Pip Blom, The Vaccines and many more, all due at Lowther Deer Park between July 28th-31st next year.