The Night Café announce debut EP, stream new single

The night Café 2017

Liverpudlian pop quintet The Night Café today announce that their debut EP Get Away From The Feeling will be releases on March 10th via Kobalt / AWAL. The band also shared a new single taken titled Strange Clothes.

Strange Clothes follows recent singles You Change With The Seasons and Mixed Signals which will also be on the EP.

This long awaited EP release comes after performances on the BBC Introducing Stage at T in the Park last summer and a support run with Sundara Karma, who the band will be joining again on an extensive UK tour this spring.

They will also be heading out on an extensive headline tour throughout April and May, which includes their biggest London headline show to date at Dingwalls. Dates can be found below.

The Night Café met in secondary school and bonded over a shared love for the traditional musical heritage of The Beatles and The Coral. The quartet eventually made the short trip upstairs to Whitewood recording studio where producer Robert Whiteley helped to polish their promising demos into the 2015 releases Growing Up and Addicted.

Strange Clothes — Single

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Tour dates:

February 11 | The Rainbow, Birmingham (with Sundara Karma)
February 12 | O2 Academy, Liverpool (with Sundara Karma)
February 13 | Leadmill, Sheffield (with Sundara Karma)
February 15 | Northumbria University, Newcastle (with Sundara Karma)
February 16 | Albert Hall, Manchester (with Sundara Karma)
February 17 | The Garage, Glasgow (with Sundara Karma)
March 24 | Komedia Studio, Brighton (with Blaenavon)
March 25 | Joiners, Southampton (with Blaenavon)
March 27 | The Louisiana, Bristol (with Blaenavon)
March 28 | The Bullingdon, Oxford (with Blaenavon)
March 30 | The Cookie, Leicester (with Blaenavon)
March 31 | The Deaf Institute, Manchester (with Blaenavon)
April 1 | Brudenell Social Club, Leeds (with Blaenavon)
April 28 | Hit The North Festival, Newcastle
April 29 | Live at Leeds Festival, Leeds
May 1 | Hare and Hounds, Birmingham (Headline Tour)
May 2 | Bullingdon, Oxford (Headline Tour)
May 3 | Dingwalls, London (Headline Tour)
May 4 | Arts Centre, Norwich (Headline Tour)
May 5 | O2 Academy 2, Liverpool (Headline Tour)
May 25 | Stereo, Glasgow (Headline Tour)
May 26 | Manchester, Dot to Dot Festival
May 27 | Bristol, Dot to Dot Festival
May 28 | Nottingham, Dot to Dot Festival
August 6 | 110 Above Festival, Twycross

Originally published at Indie is not a genre.