HANDS OFF GRETEL have announced their STILL ANGRY TOUR for the autumn of this year. The tour will pick up from where the band left off, promoting the release of their ANGRY EP. Full dates as follows: 

Wed    01    YORK                       Crescent
Fri    03      NOTTINGHAM      Rough Trade (Sold Out)
Sat    04      BUCKLEY                Tivoli
Sun    05     BRISTOL                 Thekla
Mon    06   MANCHESTER      Deaf Institute (Sold Out)
Tue    07     SHEFFIELD           Leadmill (Sold Out)
Sat    11       LONDON                Camden Assembly (Sold Out)
Wed    15    BRIDGWATER      Cobblestones
Thu    16     BRIGHTON           Green Door Store (Sold Out)
Fri    17       OXFORD                Bullingdon
Thu    23    CARDIFF                Clwb Ifor Bach
Fri    24      BIRMINGHAM     O2 Academy
Sat    25      WAKEFIELD         Long Division Festival
Wed    20    SOUTHAMPTON     The 1865
Thu    21      NORWICH                Waterfront Studio
Fri    22       CAMBRIDGE            Portland Arms
Sat    23      BEDFORD                  Esquires
Wed    27    NEWCASTLE            Cluny
Thu    28    CARLISLE                  Brickyard
Fri    29      EDINBURGH            Bannermans
Sat    30     GLASGOW                  Nice N Sleazy
Sun    31     BLACKPOOL             Waterloo Bar
Wed    24    LEEDS               Brudenell Social Club
Sat    18      BARNSLEY        Birdwell Venue

The three tracks on the ANGRY EP – SHE THINKS SHE’S PUNK ROCK N ROLL, DON’T TOUCH and BIGGER THAN ME – are all live favourites that fans had repeatedly asked the band to release. The EP is available on CD and 10” white vinyl – alongside all major download and streaming platforms – and can be ordered, along with previous releases and merchandise, from: www.handsoffgretel.co.uk
Talking about the EP at the time, singer Lauren Tate said: “It was great to get into the studio and record some tracks that didn’t make it onto the last album. The Angry EP captures the energy and aggression of our live shows, which is something we totally wanted to do after releasing the album, which has a more polished sound. The EP is honest and raw, just how punk rock tracks should be, and we know these are favourites with our fans so it’s great to finally release them”.
For the forthcoming live shows, the band will be adding a couple of new tracks to the set that they’ve worked on post-lockdown. Being located in Bristol, Barnsley and Scunthorpe meant the band went 12 months without seeing one another due to the pandemic. As Lauren says, “It’s been great to finally get back in the rehearsal room and start playing music again together.”

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