Keston Cobblers Club visit Leeds on their latest headline tour.
Following previous sell-out shows, the 14-date tour sees the acclaimed folk-pop five-piece play some of their biggest shows to date, taking in illustrious UK venues like London’s Scala, The Met in Bury, and Bristol’s Thekla.
“We love being busy,” says lead singer Matt Lowe. “Touring is what it’s all about and ultimately is what brings us together as a band. We can’t wait to get out there and play.”
The tour follows a busy summer which saw them play at the likes of The Great Escape, The Cambridge Folk Festival, Glastonbury, and Larmer Tree along with their very own Camp Wildfire, a 1950s-style camp Adventure Questival in a Kent forest coinciding with the launch of their new album, ‘Wildfire.’
Released in June, the band’s ‘Wildfire’ album won them praise from MOJO Magazine, The Guardian, The Independent and the Financial Times to Songlines, fRoots and Clash. The success of the album’s first single ‘Won’t Look Back’ also saw continued support from long-time fan Dermot O’Leary, who invited them onto his BBC Radio 2 show to perform.
After the tour, the band also have the honour of supporting Bellowhead on their farewell tour this winter.
Tonight they perform at Brudenell Social Club in Leeds, with support from Wildflowers.
For further details visit www.kestoncobblers.club and www.wildflowersband.co.uk