Stealing Sheep Autumn/Winter Tour

Stealing Sheep

Following their sold-out XOYO show in May and performing at Meltdown by invitation of David Byrne, Stealing Sheep have added numerous dates to their busy 2015 live schedule.

They’ve already kicked off their festival circuit at Green Man, and this weekend they’ll be heading to End Of The Road and then performing on the Heavenly stage at On Blackheath.

Headline shows follow in late September before the girls perform as part of the acclaimed In Dreams: David Lynch Revisted series alongside Stuart Staples, Mick Harvey and Jehnny Beth from Savages.

Stealing Sheep bring the year to a close with a succession of special guest appearances supporting both Django Django and Maximo Park.

Upcoming UK live info below:

Friday 4 September – NORTH WALES – Festival No.6
Friday 4 September – DORSET – End Of The Road Festival
Saturday 12 September – LONDON – On Blackheath
Sunday 13 September – LONDON – Green Man Courtyard Festival
Wednesday 30 September – BIRMINGHAM – Rainbow
Thursday 1 October – CAMBRIDGE – The Portland Arms
Sunday 25 October – LIVERPOOLIMMIX (The Bluecoat)
Wednesday 18 November — DUBLIN — National Concert Hall performing ‘In Dreams : David Lynch Revisited’
Thursday 19 November — BRISTOL — Colston Hall performing ‘In Dreams : David Lynch Revisited’
Saturday 28 November – LIVERPOOL — Mythopoeia 3 ‘LEGS’ @ Kazamier —​
Thursday 3 December – GLASGOW – Barrowlands w/ Django Django
Saturday 5 December – LEEDS – Leeds University w/ Django Django
Sunday 6 December – MANCHESTER – Albert Hall w/ Django Django
Wednesday 9 December – LONDON – Roundhouse w/ Django Django
Tuesday 15 December – NOTTINGHAM – Rock City w/ Maximo Park
Thursday 17 December – LONDON – Roundhouse w/ Maximo Park
Friday 18 December – BIRMINGHAM – The Institute w/ Maximo Park
Saturday 19 December – MANCHESTER – Albert Hall w/ Maximo Park


Check out the bands latest single ‘Deadlock’ below, from the LP ‘Not Real’, available from Rough Trade along with a wristband for their in-store performance with BRITAIN.

A bold and creative leap into future-folk… Over 10 mini-masterpieces the trio craft odd, brilliant and utterly English pop music… Truly, a class act.” MOJO – 4 Stars ★★★★

A new visionary adventure… Herein are fabricated, fantastical and wildly colourful imaginings about the future and the universe.” The Guardian – 4 Stars ★★★★

Not Real catapults the Liverpool-based trio into a shiny, silver-suited, synth-pop future.” NME – 8/10

An accomplished set that charms and unsettles in equal mesaure, and proves the breadth of these girls’ talents.” Metro – 4 Stars ★★★★

A new eureka moment every sixty seconds.” DIY – 4 Stars ★★★★

Not Real moves the trio into dreamier, more intriguing territory, with more electronics and experimentation. They pull off shifts in mood and tone with routine aplomb… A triumph.”
Uncut – 7/10

An interesting hybrid of accessible but surreal, metronomic pop, while the band’s choral vocal harmonies are sounding better than ever.” Loud & Quiet — 7/10

They take 1960s folk, 1970s krautrock and 1980s synthpop, place them all in a musical blender and press the button marked “psychedelic”… A charming album.” Sunday Times

Freak-folk femmes go synth-pop.” Q Magazine

A holy alliance between The Dreaming-era Kate Bush and the psychedelic Beatles.” The Quietus

A surprising — and, at times, genius — second album” Clash

A properly great piece of modern psychedelic pop….evoking a very English sort of psychedelia but in a very modern, cliché-averse way.” Dummy

Consistently intriguing and occasionally glorious, Not Real feels like a genuine step forward.” The Line Of Best Fit

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