Over The Moon!

By Andy

We promised you some awesome Spankboy news and here it is!

Firstly, Punktastic is proud to announce Spankboy’s signing to Moonska Europe Records. Obviously this is a massive step forward for the ska crew, and this is followed up by the news that they will be supporting [spunge] and Farse on their tour, as previously revealed on Punktastic. A tour with those Yorkshire nutters Zenbaseballbat will follow.

A new full length album will surface in the new year (as well as yet more touring!), and if you missed it the first time round, the superb Medication EP is to be re-released on Sucka Punch Records.

Tour dates look like this:

October –
Friday 4th – Salisbury, Arts Centre
Thursday 10th – Swindon, Furnace w/Lightyear
Friday 11th – Matlock Bath, The Fishpond – TBC
Saturday 12th – High Wycombe, Whitehorse w/Pietasters
Thursday 17th – Falmouth, Pirate TBC
Friday 25th – Aylesbury, The Limelight
Saturday 26th – Barnstaple, Extreme
Tuesday 29th – Reading, University

November –
Sunday 3rd – Felixstowe, Corks bar
Saturday 9th – Marrs bar, Worcester

Following dates with [spunge] and Farse:
Thursday 14th – Dublin, Temple Bar Music Centre
Friday 15th – Belfast, Limelight
Sunday 17th – Milton Keynes, Woughton Centre Sportshall
Monday 18th – Manchester, MDH
Tuesday 19th – Cheltenham, Town Hall
Wednesday 20th – Norwich, Waterfront
Thursday 21st – Leeds, Metropolitan University
Saturday 23rd – London, Astoria
Sunday 24th – Brighton, ConcordeII
Monday 25th – Exeter, University
Tuesday 26th – Reading, University
Wednesday 27th – Nottingham, Rock City
Thursday 28th – Cardiff, University
Saturday 30th – Southampton, University

Sunday 1st – Sheffield, Leadmill
Monday 2nd – Wolverhampton, Wulfrun Hall
Tuesday 3rd – Newcastle, University of Northumbria
Wednesday 4th – Liverpool University

Get down to see ’em as quick as you can!

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