WHITE have announced their biggest tour so far, ten dates across the UK from late February into March 2016.
The dates come off the back of a breakthrough year for the Glasgow based five-piece. They have featured in the likes of the Guardian, Clash, NME, Q and Mixmag, whilst being on the In New Music We Trust playlist on BBC Radio 1. They’ve received support from Annie Mac, Huw Stephens and Phil Taggart, as well as Zane Lowe and Elton John on Beats Music. Radio X have also been strong supporters so far. Most recently they appeared on BBC Introducing Live alongside Frances and Dan Bettridge.
WHITE have played the Gentlemen Of The Road Festival in Aviemore with Mumford And Sons and appeared at Reading & Leeds Festival in August. They will wrap up 2015 with two dates in London in December before returning to Scotland to play Hogmanay in Edinburgh on New Year’s Eve.
Taking their lead from the adventurous, art-pop of Roxy Music and LCD Soundsystem with a heavy dose of the Associates and the funk guitar of the likes of Nile Rodgers, WHITE will continue to defy convention and tread their own musical path into the new year and beyond.
WHITE PLAY THE RAINBOW CELLAR ON THURSDAY 3RD MARCH 2016. TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE HERE.
Watch the video for ‘Future Pleasures’ below: