5/09/2018

Dude York share new single "Moon," tour Europe with Bully

DUDE YORK CELEBRATE THE START OF THEIR FIRST-EVER EUROPEAN TOUR WITH NEW DIGITAL SINGLE "MOON"
STREAM: Dude York - "Moon"

Tonight in Birmingham, Seattle band Dude York bring their lauded power-pop sound to Europe for the very first time. In honor of this transatlantic rock-and-roll goodwill mission, the band has shared an exceptionally rambunctious new single called "Moon," which features vocals from bassist Claire England and premiered today via Gold Flake Paint.  Per the Dudes York, "Moon" is "a note to self that success doesn't equal fulfillment and a reminder that nobody does it all by themselves." Dude York support Nashville's Bully on these dates, which you can peruse in full below. Stay tuned for more from this ever-restless trio. 

TOUR DATES

05.09.18 – Birmingham, UK – The Sunflower Lounge *
05.10.18 – Edinburgh, UK – Picture House UK *
05.11.18 – Liverpool, UK – Buyer’s Club *
05.13.18 – Cardiff, UK – Clwb Ifor Bach *
05.14.18 – Leicester, UK – The Cookie *
05.15.18 – Cambridge, UK – Portland Arms *
05.17.18 - Brighton, UK - The Hope & Ruin
05.20.18 – Leeds, UK – Brudenell Social Club #*
05.21.18 – Glasgow, UK – Hug and Pint *
05.22.18 – Edinburgh, UK – Sneaky Pete’s *
05.24.18 - Newcastle, UK - Think Tank
05.25.18 - Manchester, UK - Dot to Dot *
05.26.18 - Bristol, UK - Dot to Dot *
05.27.18 - Nottingham, UK - Dot to Dot *
05.29.18 – Guildford, UK – The Boileroom *
05.30.18 – London, UK – Moth Club *
05.31.18 -  Paris, FR – L’Espace B *
06.03.18 – Munich, DE – Sunny Red *
06.05.18 – Berlin, DE – Cassiopeia *
06.06.18 - Hamburg, DE - Molotow *
06.08.18 – Münster, DE – Gleis 22 *

* - w/Bully
# -w/Turnover,The Regrettes



BIO
By the time Seattle’s Dude York released full-length LP Sincerely in early 2017, guitarist/vocalist Peter Richards, bassist/vocalist Claire England, and drummer Andrew Hall had been working on the record for over two years, including an eight-month period of writing and DIY recording that had to be completely scrapped. In essence, the Dude York who’d been trapped in the amber of writing and recording Sincerely was a different Dude York from the confident power-pop trio who finally released it. A lot of things can change in two years.
Now, after a brief detour into—no joke—holiday jingles (last winter’s Halftime for the Holidays EP), Dude York have returned with new music that defines a different path forward for the restless band, music which points “to where we’ve been and how far we’re going to go,” as Richards puts it.
 
PRESS QUOTES

"[Dude York] delivers brisk pop-rock melodies with metal flourishes and arena-rock theatrics." -- The Chicago Tribune

"A comfort food crunch that’s part after school snack and part drinking buddy." -- Raven Sings the Blues


"Dude York's pleas for the crowd to move closer are getting increasingly desperate." -- The Onion

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