UK Punk rockers Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes are about to release their new album Sticky with a UK and European tour to follow.
Following their headlining spot for June’s UK’s Download Pilot, the band will hit the ground running with a new single, album and tour. The announcement of their fourth album Sticky coincides with the release of their new single, the albums title track. The latest track Sticky follows on from the dynamic single My Town, a punk duet with Idles frontman Joe Talbot.
The new single bursts with typical Rattlesnakes energy building up momentum for the album release. Carter commented, “Sticky is about that moment where you’re drunk at a bus stop at 3 AM. You know there are no more buses, but you sit there anyway because you’re too fucked to figure out your options. Your kebab is on the floor, there’s a Stella in your pocket, and you’re woken up by a dirty little fox eating your shoes.”
The album is due out on October 15 and features guests Lynks, IDLES’ Joe Talbot (on My Town), Cassyette and Bobby Gillespie. Sticky (the album) is produced by guitarist Dean Richardson.
Frank recently said of the new album: ?“Someone described it to me as ?‘they felt their youth’ when they were listening to the record. When you make albums, those are the ones you want to make. Nostalgic, but classic. Timeless, and also modern.” The album is produced by guitarist Dean Richardson.
Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes kick off their tour in September in Glasgow. The mammoth event will continue throughout the UK and Europe finishing up in February 2022 at Munich Backstage Werk in Germany.
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Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes Tour Dates
9th – Glasgow Green (special guests to Biffy Clyro)
16th – Cardiff Bay (special guests to Biffy Clyro)
16th – Live At Leeds
11th – Dublin Academy
12th – Nottingham Rock City
14th – Norwich UEA
16th – Southampton Guildhall
17th – Bristol O2 Academy
18th – Lincoln Engine Shed
20th – Birmingham O2 Academy
21st – Newcastle O2 Academy
23rd – Glasgow Barrowland
24th Edinburgh Corn Exchange
25th – Liverpool O2 Academy
26th – Manchester Academy
21st – London O2 Academy Brixton
22nd – London O2 Academy Brixton
25th – Netherlands Utrecht Tivoli Vredenburg
26th – Germany Cologne Live Music Hall
28th – Sweden Stockholm Slaktkyrkan
29th – Norway Oslo Rockefeller Music Hall
30th – Denmark Copenhagen Store Vega
1st – Germany Berlin Astra
2ns – Czech Republic Prague Meet Factory
3rd – Poland Warsaw Niebo
5th – Switzerland Zurich Dynamo Saal
6th – Italy Milan Magazzini Generali
8th – Spain Barcelona Razzmatazz 2
10th – Portugal Lisbon Lav – Lisboa Ao Vivo
11th – Spain Santiago de Compostela Sala Capitol
12th – Spain Vitoria-Gasteiz Jimmy Jazz
14th – France Paris La Cigale
15th – Belgium Brussels La Madeleine
17th – Germany Hamburg Markthalle
18th – Germany Munich Backstage Werk
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