The Burning Hell return this month with re-release album, UK dates

We leave you this week dear readers with news that one of our favourite Canadian bands The Burning Hell who have announced a string of UK concerts from November 27th to December 15th to coincide with the release of the remastered and for the first time on Vinyl 10th anniversary reissue of ‘Baby’ which includes fan favourites “When The World Ends”, Everything Will Probably be OK” and  “The Berlin Conference”. They also have a new double A-side which you can hear below.

‘Baby’ was the first Burning Hell album to capture the live energy of the band in addition to showcasing Mathias Kom’s humourous, empathetic and idiosyncratic songwriting, and it was the first album a lot of Burning Hell fans fell for. The band has changed over the years but many of the songs on Baby remain an important part of the Burning Hell’s live show.

Here are the dates including one we’re promoting in Liverpool (and which is almost sold out, thank you God). Do come along and join us!

The Burning Hell UK Dates 2018

Tue 27th November London, Arch Rivals (acoustic show w/ Stanley Brinks & Freschard)
Wed 28th November  Norwich, Bedfords Crypt Norwich
Thu 29th November  Birmingham, The Sunflower Lounge (benefit show for Parkinson’s UK)
Fri  30th November  Liverpool,  81 Renshaw
Sat  1st  December Mickelton, Village Hall
Sun 2nd   December   Leeds, Hyde Park Book Club
Tue 4th   December   Glasgow, NICE N SLEAZY
Wed 5th   December     Inverness, The Tooth & Claw, Inverness
Thu 6th   December   Leith / Edinburgh,Hibs Supporters Club
Fri 7th   December   Newcastle, The Cluny 2
Sat 8th   December     Hull, The New Adelphi Club
Sun 9th   December     Nottingham, The Maze
Wed 12th  December     Newport, Le Pub
Thu 13th  December  Leicester, Duffy’s Bar
Fri 14th  December  London, The Ivy House
Sat 15th  December  Ramsgate, Ramsgate Music Hall

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Author: Mark Whitfield

Mark Whitfield has been the Editor of Americana UK for the last 17 years and still feels like this is his pretend job, mainly because it is.

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