The Ordinary Boys Announce UK Tour
The Brighton lads are returning for a UK tour after a seven year hiatus...
The Ordinary Boys have announced they are to return with a headline tour later this year.
The Brighton band will play nine dates starting in Manchester on November 18, and ending in Southampton on November 28.
The tour sees the end of the boys’ seven-year hiatus, with a new album following closely behind after their last release in 2006 of How To Get Everything You Ever Wanted In Ten Easy Steps.
The Ordinary Boys formed on the south-coast in 2001. Their most successful album was Brassbound, which peaked at number 11 in 2005.
Former Spectrals guitarist Louis Jones will join original members Preston, Charlie and James.
The Ordinary Boys will play the following dates:
November 18 - Manchester, Ruby Lounge
November 19 - Newcastle, Think Tank
November 21 - Glasgow, King Tuts
November 22 - Leeds, Cockpit
November 23 - Birmingham, Hare & Hounds
November 25 - Nottingham, Bodega
November 26 - London, XOYO
November 27 - Bristol, Louisiana
November 28 - Southampton, Joiners