Bad Breeding to open UK tour with a show at Bristol's Crofters Rights in July

Bad Breeding to open UK tour with a show at Bristol's Crofters Rights in July

Posted on: 06 Jun 2019

No-nonsense punk four-piece Bad Breeding have announced plans for their latest headline UK tour this summer, set to perform five dates in support of their new album, Exiled, in June and kicking things off with a show at The Crofters Rights on Sunday 21st July. Advance tickets are available now at £10 per person - get yours now via the link below.



Bad Breeding 2019 Tour.

Hailing from Stevenage, north of London, Bad Breeding are a group with a keen eye for social justice, expressed in no uncertain manner through a full-throttle combination of anarcho-punk, hardcore and noise-rock. 


With their third studio album, Exiled, on the horizon, the band have just released their second single from the record. "'Whose Cause' explores political misdirection in the media and its role in sowing seeds of division, suspicion and distrust in our communities," says frontman Chris Dodd. “It touches on the nefarious ties between capital and a pocketed media class, while commenting on how instruments of the right have harnessed and manipulated divisive politics of identity in an attempt to dent the collective bonds of solidarity that bind our communities together."


The band will be touring the new album in the UK before going on to Europe in late July and August, getting the ball rolling with an opening gig alongside blistering US duo Uniform on Sunday 21st July at Bristol's Crofters Rights. From there, the UK leg of the tour will take the band to Hull, Leeds and Cardiff before a final show at London's Electrowerkz.


Tickets for Bad Breeding live at The Crofters Rights on Sunday 21st July are on sale now and can be found here. For more information or to find out what else is coming up at The Crofters Rights, visit their website or check out their Facebook page.

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