One of the hottest new bands in the UK, Southend’s Nothing But Thieves, released their self-titled debut album in October to critical acclaim and a spot in the Top Ten of the Official Albums Chart in the UK. They also recently wrapped up a sold-out headline tour of the UK, which saw them play a London date at the Electric Ballroom.
The band have now unveiled live footage from that night with a vídeo of them performing new single ‘Itch’ to rapturous response. The single will be released through RCA Victor on December 18th.
Nothing But Thieves will hit the road again for their Under My Skin Tour of the UK in March / April 2016. The 9-date run will include some of the band’s biggest headline shows to date with 1st April seeing them play London’s o2 Shepherds Bush Empire.
Previous singles from ‘Nothing But Thieves’ have gained multiple playlist additions across Radio X, Kerrang! and BBC Radio 1 – where the band also bagged Hottest Record In The World and Track Of The Day accolades, as well as playing as part of their Live Lounge Month in September. Nothing But Thieves have spent this year touring across the world, playing a multitude of international festivals, including Summersonic in Japan and the main support slot at Muse’s Rock In Rome show to a sold out stadium of over 35,000 fans, as well as Reading and Leeds Festivals. 2015 was just the beginning and 2016 will see the young Southend band continue to carve their way as trailblazers of the new UK rock scene.
‘UNDER MY SKIN’ TOUR ::
Thu 31 Mar 2016 – Birmingham Library – Tickets
Fri 01 Apr 2016 – London O2 Shepherds Bush Empire – Tickets
Sat 02 Apr 2016 – Manchester O2 Ritz – Tickets
Sun 03 Apr 2016 – Norwich UEA (upgraded due to demand) – Tickets
Tue 05 Apr 2016 – Nottingham Rescue Rooms – Tickets
Wed 06 Apr 2016 – Newcastle Riverside – Tickets
Thu 07 Apr 2016 – Glasgow O2 ABC – Tickets
Fri 08 Apr 2016 – Sheffield Leadmill – Tickets
Sat 09 Apr 2016 – Bristol Trinity – Tickets
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“Lush, Sweeping and propelled by an arena-load of massive choruses.” – Rock Sound (8/10)
“This five-piece from Southend have delivered a debut which can only be described as arena-ready.” – The Sun (4/5)
“A very impressive debut” – Total Guitar (4/5)
“rock bombast versus full emotive histrionics mixed with manic guitars” – Daily Express
“they’re a name you’re not going to be forgetting in a hurry.” – Never Enough Notes (4.5 / 5)
“This is an instant-classic album from a band already in a class of their own. Dues paid; success deserved.” – The Musical Melting Pot (96%)
“Nothing But Thieves’ debut album has proved the band are going to shake up the industry and overtake many alternative rock bands on their way to the top.” – Music News (4/5)
“NBT have crafted an album that can’t be ignored and has something indefinable that makes this an instant classic.” – Ourzone (10/10)
“With music this promising, who needs boundaries anyway.” – Punktastic
“The band are undoubtedly on the way to bigger things very soon; this is just the beginning.” – Bring The Noise (10/10)