Electric Eel Shock announced that they will come back to the United Kingdom as a support for Finnish rock musician Micheal Monroe. Michael Monroe will have a European tour, but the three-piece garage rock band will join during the United Kingdom leg and will end up with a couple of headlining shows. It is a short tour of 11 shows, mostly planned in November.
The tour dates are as follows:
Wednesday 30 October: Islington O2 Academy – London, United Kingdom
Friday 1 November: Brudenell Social Club – Leeds, United Kingdom
Saturday 2 November: Craufurd Arms – Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
Sunday 3 November: Engine Rooms – Southampton, United Kingdom
Monday 4 November: The Mill – Birmingham, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5 November: The Garage – Glasgow, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6 November: Club Academy – Manchester, United Kingdom
Thursday 7 November: The Fleece – Bristol, United Kingdom
Friday 8 November: Sugarmill – Stoke, United Kingdom
Saturday 9 November: To be confirmed (headlining show)
Sunday 10 November: To be confirmed (headlining show)
Earlier this year, Electric Eel Shock celebrated their 25th anniversary with a big European tour through the United Kingdom, The Netherlands, France, Germany, Sweden, and Norway. The three-piece garage rock band formed in Tokyo in 1994 and consists of guitarist and vocalist Aki Morimoto, bassist Kazuto Maekawa and drummer Tomoharu Ito. The band comes to Europe quite often and is known for their support from fans, by crowdfunding (through Sellaband) the band could release the album Sugoi Indeed. The band was one of the first bands to embrace crowdfunding, the band is actually called crowdfunding pioneers.
Source: Electric Eel Shock