Next big thing The Milk announce UK tour

The Milk have announced details of a mammoth 28-date UK tour throughout March.

The tour begins in Canterbury on 1 March, includes the band’s biggest headline show to date at London’s Scala on April 4. The tour is rounded off with a show at Chinnerys in their hometown of Southend.

The Milk are quickly earning a reputation as one of the UK’s most exciting live bands. They were even nominated for Best Breakthrough Artist at the UK Festival Awards this summer, going up against the likes of Bruno Mars and Jessie J. In London alone, the last year has seen The Milk perform rammed-out headline shows across the likes of Hoxton Bar & Kitchen, Dingwalls, The Jazz Cafe, XOYO and Camden Barfly, predominately whilst still unsigned. With a new single scheduled to coincide with the tour, the band’s first extensive UK tour will see them preview songs from their forthcoming debut album, to be released through Sony, which has been produced by celebrated DJ and remixer Brad Baloo (The Nextmen).

The tour dates are as follows:

March 1 Canterbury The Farmhouse

March 2 Brighton Green Door Store

March 4 Bournemouth 60 Million Postcards

March 5 Southampton Joiners

March 7 Oxford Jericho

March 8 Bristol Start The Bus

March 9 Bath Moles

March 10 Gloucester Guildhall

March 12 Cardiff The Globe

March 13 Doncaster Leopard

March 14 York Stereo

March 16 Leeds Nation of Shopkeepers

March 17 Stoke Sugarmill

March 18 Birmingham The Rainbow

March 19 Sheffield The Plug

March 21 Nottingham Bodega

March 22 Manchester Deaf Institute

March 23 Liverpool Shipping Forecast

March 24 Preston 53 Degrees

March 26 Middlesbrough Westgarth Social Club

March 28 Edinburgh Electric Circus

March 29 Glasgow King Tuts

March 30 Aberdeen Tunnels

March 31 Dundee Doghouse

April 2 Newcastle Cosmic Ballroom

April 3 Norwich Open

April 4 London Scala

April 5 Southend Chinnerys