The Subways’ festival dates

PUBLISHED: 21:30 29 May 2013 | UPDATED: 21:33 29 May 2013

The Subways tour

The Subways tour


THE Subways are hitting the summer festival circuit with a string of European dates.

The Subways' Billy LunnThe Subways' Billy Lunn

Ahead of a trip to Georgia next month to play alongside metal legends Deep Purple, the indie-rock trio from Welwyn Garden City have confirmed a couple of UK warm-up shows.

Following a couple of festival appearances in Poland earlier this month, frontman and guitarist Billy Lunn, bassist Charlotte Cooper and drummer Josh Morgan will be playing The Vault in Rugby tomorrow (Thursday) night and then The Craufurd Arms in Milton Keynes on Monday, June 3.

After performances in Georgia, Ukraine, Switzerland, Hungary and Czech Republic, the group will be playing this year’s Truck Festival in Oxford on July 20 alongside the likes of Spiritualized, Ash and The Horrors.

Of the summer’s tour dates, Charlotte said: “We are so excited for the start of festival season. It’s been way too long since we’ve played for you guys and we’ve missed it so much. It’s an awesome summer we have coming up with some mega cool festivals.

The Subways' Charlotte CooperThe Subways' Charlotte Cooper

“We’re also in the studio working on songs for a new release.

“So far all the songs are sounding rocking and ready to be blasted loud. See you down the front!”

Drummer Josh added: “I would like to say a massive, titanic thank you to all you Subways fans who have bought tickets for any of our upcoming tour dates.

“Your loyalty and support is the reason I love touring so much (plus I get free beer!)

“So for this you have my eternal gratitude. If you see me give me a high five!”

For full tour details and ticket links go to The Subways’ Facebook page or website.

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