Shred Kelly, Manchester, TotalNtertainment, New Album, Tour

Copyright © Kyle Hamilton

Shred Kelly to Play Manchester Date in Support of New Album “Archipelago”

Shred Kelly have announced a UK tour, including a show in Manchester, as part of the promotion for their new album Archipelago.

SHRED KELLY will be releasing their most ambitious project yet in their fourth album, Archipelago, on October 19th 2018 via DevilDuck Records, followed immediately by a UK tour stopping off in cities including London, Manchester and Glasgow. In the coming weeksm the video for the band’s lead single, and album title-track will also see release.

The new record was produced by Howard Redekopp (The New Pornographers, Tegan and Sara), and Josh Rob Gwilliam (Cowpuncher, Michael Bernard Fitzgerald), as well as co-production by Colin Stewart (Yukon Blonde, Dan Mangan) on the track, Don’t Ever Look Back.

Having so many artistic ideas and influences to draw from allowed Shred Kelly to continue developing their unique sound while compiling a large body of work. The group chose from over twenty songs and decided on eleven for the final pressing of the album. “We’ll never put a song on the album that we don’t all agree on. With all of us gravitating towards different styles of music, it’s difficult at times to all agree on what we like most. So if we all love it, it’s a definite yes for the album.” Says McBride. “We worked hard to create an album that captured the energy of our live show, which can be a challenge in the studio. Thankfully, our producers Howard Redekopp, Josh Rob Gwilliam and Colin Stewart really succeeded at getting dynamic performances, and challenged us while keeping the process a lot of fun. We are very proud and excited to put it out into the world.”

UK Tour Dates

October
Thu 25th – The Star Inn – Guildford
Fri 26th – Palladium – Bideford
Sat 27th – Phoenix – Exeter
Sun 28th – The Junction – Plymouth
Mon 29th – Crofters Rights – Bristol
Tue 30th – The Islington – London
Wed 31st – Talking Heads – Southampton

November
Thu 1st – Marrs Bar – Worcester
Fri 2nd – The Eagle – Manchester
Sat 3rd – Nice N’ Sleazy – Glasgow