The Fratellis Reveal Comeback Single

The Fratellis have revealed new single ‘Seven Nights Seven Days’ following their incredible performance at V Festival this weekend. ‘Seven Nights Seven Days’, out on 29th September, is a rousing anthem with a classic Fratellis chorus backed by country guitars, while the title track is a gravelly, piano-led blues song that you can’t help but sing along to and is sure to be a live favourite.

After a 5-year release hiatus, The Fratellis are back with a new album ‘We Need Medicine’ on 7th October released through BMG Records. Glasgow based The Fratellis released their first album ‘Costello Music’ in 2006 which charted at #2 in the UK Album Chart with over 1million sales and received much critical acclaim, with the band winning the ‘Best British Breakthrough Act’ award at the 2007 BRIT Awards. They followed this with the release of their second album ‘Here We Stand’ in 2008 which won them ‘Best British Band’ at the 33rd Silver Clef Awards that year.

After reforming for a sold out UK tour earlier this year and performing to a huge crowd at this year’s T in the Park Festival, The Fratellis have also announced a UK tour in November. The tour commences at Bournemouth 02 Academy on 17th November and culminates in a homecoming show at Glasgow 02 Academy on 29th November. They will also play a show at London 02 Shepherd’s Bush Empire on 24th November.

November tour dates go on sale on Friday 2nd August from www.thefratellis.com priced at £23, except Bournemouth which is £20, and there will also be a special album presale and ticket package available. Full tour dates are as follows:

November:
17th Bournemouth 02 Academy
18th Lincoln Engine Shed
19th Leeds 02 Academy
20th Norwich UEA
22nd Preston 53 Degrees
23rd Margate Winter Gardens
24th London 02 Shepherds Bush Empire
26th Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall
27th Manchester Academy
29th Glasgow 02 Academy

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