Frontier Ruckus head to UK for dates next month

“Enter the Kingdom” is the new album by Detroit indie-folk band Frontier Ruckus which we reviewed last week here and is due out on 17th February in the UK via Loose. It’s their fifth and arguably most lush record to date, exploring the struggles of modern day American suburbia. “It’s a literal description of his father losing his job and relying on disability cheques in order to survive, talking of the disintegration of American dream, growing up in the 90s, delving into the darkness but balanced by a sense of humour.” And God do we need a sense of humour at the moment. Anyway you can catch them parading their suburban wares across the UK next month at any of the places below, with more to be announced. 

Frontier Ruckus UK 2017 dates

March 8 – York – The Fulford Arms
March 9 – Glasgow – Hug and Pint
March 11 – Northampton – The Lamplighter
March 13 – Bristol – The Crofters Rights
March 14 – Brighton – The Albert
March 15 – London – The Windmill

Author: Mark Whitfield

Mark Whitfield is the long-suffering editor of Americana UK, conceiving the idea in a dark room in 2001, although he ran out of words to personally review anything in about 2007.

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