The band Arrived back in the UK in the early hours of Monday morning after an unbelievable end to the tour.
"Thank you to everyone who made the effort to come out and see us over the past few weeks, Hope you all had as much fun as we did. Spread the word and we promise to be back again soon!"
The band are hitting the road this coming May/June to promote the release of their forthcoming EP & single 'How Animal Are You?' Tickets are available now and selling fast!
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- 'How Animal Are You?' single release April 7th
- 'How Animal Are You?' EP release May 12th
September saw Slydigs reuniting with The Who for an exhilarating 5 date support Tour across Europe. The boys received an overwhelming response from the German and Italian fans!
The band said - "It was an an honour to be invited back on tour and have a chance to catch up with the The Who and their road crew, The European fans were fantastic and we hope to return again in the near future"
After their final show in Milan with The Who, the boys headed back over to Germany for two blistering headline shows in Cologne & Berlin before finishing up at The Reeperbahn Festival in Hamburg.
The band will be joining The Who once again, this time on dates throughout Europe. Head to the Live page to find out more!
Slydigs return home after a triumphant tour of Canada and North America with The Who.
The boys have landed back in the UK after a hugely successful tour with The Who which saw them receive standing ovations night after night on their mammoth tour of Canada and North America. Due to the phenomenal response, the tour has certainly set the foundations for them to return in the near future!
As the dust settles the boys are currently preparing to head back out on the road with Vintage Trouble playing two dates in Germany on the 5th and 7th of June followed by a string of dates throughout the UK and Europe, starting on the 20th June in Paris and finishing in Amsterdam on 5th July. Check out the Live Page for full dates, details & tickets.
New European dates added to our Vintage Trouble support tour in June/July!
Can't wait to return to Germany, France and The Netherlands with our Amigos.
This is gonna be sumin special,Hope to see you there SDx
***BIG ANNOUNCEMENT ***
We have some HUGE news for y'all!
We have been invited to support the legendary band The Who on their North America tour this April & May!! Following on from our shows last year with The Who at the London O2 & Hyde Park, we can now officially announce the dates we will be playing in the U.S. and Canada!
To support them in America is a huge honour. Their songs and back catalogue have been a massive part of our education and their music is still a daily inspiration.
We're all extremely excited to get out there and meet all you beautiful people!
#Toronto #KansasCity #Minneapolis #Winnipeg #Saskatoon #Edmonton #Calgary #Vancouver #Seattle #Portland #Oakland #Anaheim #LosAngeles #SanDiego We are coming for you! ;)
Peace & Love
The band have announced their second tour with the amazing Vintage Trouble. The boys will be touring throughout June, kicking off on the 22nd in London at the O2 Shepherds Bush Empire. Tickets are available on presale from 25th February.
Are you sitting comfortably? ...Then I'll begin!
I write from the confines of our transport, reluctantly attempting to wipe away the condensation from the window to reveal the enigmatic beauty of the Spanish midnight sky. We've done in excess of 7,000 miles in travel - and that's just in mainland Europe.
Germany was special. We played 4 shows there in total and every one had its own characteristic. What's great to see is people that have followed us for a while had finally got the chance to see us live, so of course we had to put on a show! Every song was met with raucous applause which is overwhelming taking into consideration that the majority of the crowd have never heard us!
Switzerland has one of the most beautiful venues we've ever played. Milan reminded me of one of our hometown shows. Tight venue, rammed to the rafters with everyone eagerly awaiting entertainment - they got it both barrels from both bands!
Paris for me was a special moment. Not only for the obvious reasons of recent events but to be invited to join Vintage Trouble on stage for 'Not Alright By Me' in honour of recent events, will stay with me for a long time. I will always have an infinite affiliation with Paris - there's something that lingers in the air that my heart and soul is immediately drawn to. It's hard to describe really, there's a longing to belong in Paris!
Antwerp had its own memorable response and I got to catch something new of Vintage Trouble in terms of performance, which I have to say was fucking excellently delivered. They each have their own special way of proving why they’re one of the best live bands around today! Musically, charismatically they are up there with the best - fucking globally! And I don't say that lightly.
The gigs have been simply enlightening and I'm proud to say that we've hit each one with everything we have. We have met some beautiful people and the crowds have accepted us with open arms. We owe a great deal of gratitude to the crew that have helped us so far, the Vintage Trouble gang and last but not least the fans. The new fans and the old fans that care for us, that believe in us and make this whole thing all worthwhile. To you we owe it all!
The next four days will see us play the last four gigs of the tour in Spain which hopefully will finish off our experience on a high. Moreover, it's Pete’s birthday so some celebrations are in order! I'm pretty sure by Bilbao (our last show) we won't want to be returning home but we will be, with smiles on our faces and with the recent past experiences playing over in our minds. Let's not start getting nostalgic too soon, we still have 4 more gigs to smash, and we're just as excited as we were for the very first gig of the tour! Anyway I digress, onwards and upwards - the steam train’s in full flow and there ain't no sign of it slowing down!
I'll let you know how we get on kids!
Peace & Love
Taken from Slydigs' Tumblr blog. Image © Marion Fregeac - www.mamzellebullephoto.com