Marsicans join Clean Cut Kid for their last Felt tour

Fresh from some awesome-looking shows with Hippo Campus, Leeds indie-pop kids MARSICANS are heading back on the road – this time with our favourite Scouse scamps CLEAN CUT KID.


The four-piece have been pretty busy of late with a pretty endless string of shows – after this tour, they hop on another with JAWS – and they seem to be loving sharing their sun-kissed guitar-pop tunes with bigger and bigger audiences.

Check out their most recent single Too Good below:

Ace, right? We’re pretty keen to catch up with them again when they land on home turf with Clean Cut Kid at the Brudenell Social Club on October 25. If you’re not round these parts, fear not.

The full tour, which kicks off tomorrow, looks a lot like this:

Monday 16 – Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
Tuesday 17 – Bullingdon, Oxford
Wednesday 18 – Sub89, Reading
Thursday 19 – Sugarmill, Stoke-on-Trent
Saturday 21 – The Loft, Southampton
Sunday 22 – Newhampton Arts Centre, Wolverhampton
Monday 23 – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
Wednesday 25 – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
Thursday 26 – Dryden Street Social, Leicester
Friday 27 – Leadmill Shefield

Doesn’t seem that long ago Clean Cut Kid released their debut album, Felt, but this tour is their last before they embark on a new journey making Album Number Two with out Tigger-like bassist Saul, who has recently left the band.

Joining Clean Cut Kid and Marsicans on tour will beĀ CALLUM BEATTIE.

Don’t miss out – it’s going to be a belter. Get your tickets quick-smart from or Crash or Jumbo for the Leeds show.

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