Fickle Friends reveal 18 date regional tour to include Liverpool

Fickle Friends are very pleased to reveal details of their long-awaited debut album to coincide with an 18 date regional tour

Fickle Friends release details of their hugely anticipated debut album. ‘You Are Someone Else’ will be released on March 16th 2018 on Polydor Records, alongside a massive 18-date headline UK tour.

Blessed with the same dedication to writing quirky anthems on their own terms as The 1975, the brittle icy synth flourishes of Chvrches and a new era indie pop IT girl in singer Natti Shiner, Fickle Friends have established themselves as the essential new British indie-pop band of 2018. They’ve played over 350 live shows together, been playlisted regularly on Radio 1 with an incredible string of singles including ‘Brooklyn’, ‘Glue’ and ‘Hello Hello’, headlined a sold-out London Forum – and all before announcing their debut album. Until now..

‘You Are Someone Else’ is an irresistible debut record, effortlessly capturing both the joy and uncertainty of growing up a 2017 millennial. Songs addressing social awkwardness, self-doubt, anxiety and the qualms of growing into young adulthood all through a prism of perfect timeless pop.

Current single ‘Hard To Be Myself’ is an undeniably brilliant pop anthem for a pre-loading generation of wasted youth that flips lyrically from gloriously hedonistic abandon to naked self-analysis, while tracks such as ‘Wake Me Up’ addresses angsty obsession and the art of over-thinking. The album as a whole pivots around relationships and their tireless effects on the young mind, exploring the highs and lows of dating, falling in love and of course, breaking up.

Fickle Friends are ultimately a great band with killer tunes who have worked hard at their trade and built a devoted fanbase the old fashioned way – playing as many shows as they could for as little cost, booking their own shows and writing songs on the road. Now, after huge festival shows at Reading and Leeds and a sold out Forum in London, things are slightly easier, but the dedication to writing undeniable songs and playing great gigs remains the same and they look set to dominate festival bills next year and play their debut album to the masses.

Full dates below.

26/02 Globe, Cardiff

27/02 Academy 2, Leicester

28/02 Sugarmill, Stoke

01/03 Central, Wrexham

03/03 Brickyard, Carlisle

04/03 Lemon Tree, Aberdeen

06/03 Fibbers, York

07/03 Welly, Hull

08/03 Met Lounge, Peterborough

10/03 Chinnery’s, Southend

11/03 Epic Studios, Norwich

12/03 Academy 2, Oxford

14/03 Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth

16/03 Platform, Lincoln

18/03 Komedia, Bath

19/03 Concorde 2, Brighton

21/03 Academy 2, Liverpool

22/03 Belle, Edinburgh

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