Monday 23 January 2012

Underground Railroad announce February tour...

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'[‘White Night Stand’ is] Underground Railroad's most accessible record to date. Proof that ambition isn't a dirty word' 8/10 Jeremy Allen, NME, June 11th
'A truly impressive return' 4/5 Polly Rappaport, The Fly, June 2011
'Could obliterate a roomful of slackers with its sheer power'
9/10 Loud & Quiet, 21st May

Feb 14 The Oporto Leeds
Feb 16 The Registry Portsmouth
Feb 17 Lennons Southampton
Feb 18 The Green Door Store Brighton
Feb 19 Adelphi Hull
Feb 20 Stereo York
Feb 21 Mad Ferret Preston
Feb 23 Queen of Hoxton London
Feb 24 Bungalow & Bears Sheffield
Feb 25 Reading Oakford Social Club

Underground Railroad have announced fresh headline dates for February as above, also appearing as special guests of Ultrasound at The Borderline on Thursday 26th January.

In the shape of new album ‘White Night Stand’ Underground Railroad have made a career defining best – an intense, accomplished third that encapsulates a brooding Dystopian vision of modern London: Hailing from Paris, Underground Railroad’s outsider status perhaps has granted them a detached insight into the city's workings. Further inspiration across the album came from Twin Peaks and David Lynch – Marion naming 'The Black Widow', 'The Orchid's Curse', and 'Traces To Nowhere' after episodes of the show, and 'Yellow Suit' in reference to 'Blue Velvet'.

The album was produced in London by Underground Railroad and mixed Paul Walton (Massive Attack – “Mezzanine”, Bjork – “Homogenic”/ “Vespertine”).

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