New album and tour for Sheffield’s Reverend and the Makers

Reverend and the Makers frontman Jon McClure. Picture: Graham Walker.
Reverend and the Makers frontman Jon McClure. Picture: Graham Walker.
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Sheffield heavyweight favourites Reverend and the Makers have warmed up for their appearance at the city’s Don Valley Bowl by revealing details of a new album and tour.

The band, famous for 2007 top-10 hit Heavyweight Champion of the World, play Don Valley Bowl in support of Milburn – fronted by Reverend bassist Joe Carnall junior – tomorrow, Friday, June 2.

And tomorrow tickets will also go on sale for their four-date autumn tour, featuring a show at Sheffield’s O2 Academy on Friday, October 27.

The tour will follow the release of their sixth studio album, The Death of a King, which is now available for pre-order ahead of its physical release on Friday, September 22.

Frontman Jon ‘The Reverend’ McClure said: “Tickets go on sale Friday morning at 9am, bright and early.

“Thank you very much to anyone who’s bought the album already. I can say hand on heart it’s boss.

“So set your alarms, bright and early, 9am Friday morning.”

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