The King Blues are set to bring some Punk Rock Poetry to the UK in Spring 2020
The King Blues hit the road for a handful of shows in March
Following the release of their most latest album ’38 Minutes in July 2019′, and the soon to be published “Tall Stories”, the debut collection of fictional short stories by Jonny “Itch” Fox. You will have the chance to catch The King Blues back in action over a selected 4 dates across the UK, including Birmingham, Glasgow, Stoke and St Albans.
The bio for “Tall Stories” on The King Blues online merch store reads:
“Ever wondered what life is like inside a care home for old punks? Do you know how to survive when you find out your squat is infested with zombie rats? Did you know The World’s Smallest Giant lives in a house made of poetry behind Dalston Kingsland Station Platform 1? How do you finish a tour when you’ve killed your bass player and hidden his dead body in a guitar case? Have you heard the fairytale of the Three Little (Tory) Pigs? With beautiful illustrations by Rebecca Lightbody, read these wonderful stories and many, many more”
This series of short stories by Itch will be strictly limited to 1,000 copies with each one hand signed. Pre-orders for the booking are still available.
As a band who do not perform very much together, these string of dates will be a rare chance for fans to see this ska / spoken-word inspired punks, full show listings:
Mar 16 – The Asylum Venue, Birmingham Mar 19 – Stereo Cafe Bar, Glasgow Mar 22 – The Underground, Stoke-on-Trent Mar 26 – The Horn, Saint Albans
Gig tickets on sale this Friday, 29 Nov 2019 at 10:00 AM