SJM Concerts present:
Plus support from Queen Zee & The Sasstones
Live at The Garage, London
Please note: this is the postponed show from 25th October.
Here’s the band’s official statement:
Hey everyone. It’s with such a genuinely heavy heart we have to postpone our upcoming UK shows including tomorrow night in London. Becca has developed bronchitis and a respiratory infection and while firstly that means you wouldn’t be getting the show you want, and we want, it also wouldn’t be right for her to perform and risk her voice. We’re so bummed about this, and we hope that you understand we didn’t make the decision likely. It’s just come in as doctor’s orders and we wanted to tell you as soon as we possibly could… with the replacement dates to follow tomorrow if we can. So don’t worry, we’ll be back to do these shows soon! From all of us. Love. Marmozets.
Original tickets remain valid. Please contact your ticket vendor with any inquiries or refunds.
After some time away working on new material, MARMOZETS’ incendiary live show is back on the road this week as they embark upon a warm-up tour ahead of their sets at this year’s Reading and Leeds Festivals. With their current warm up dates entirely sold-out in advance, the band can now announce details of a headline tour that commences in October.
The tour comes as MARMOZETS prepare to launch their eagerly anticipated second album which has been produced by Gil Norton (Foo Fighters, Pixies). The album follows their 2014 debut ‘The Weird and Wonderful Marmozets’ which earned them Kerrang!’s coveted Album Of The Year award as they became the hottest new band on the Brit alt-rock scene.
Further acclaim for the album came from The Guardian (“Songs flit around from riff to riff, as if Marmozets were bursting to fill each song with ideas”) and Q (“A very impressive, ambitious debut”), while Noisey highlighted vocalist Becca Macintyre as someone who “could be instrumental in a big change for British rock… Becca is challenging British rock and setting a high bar for other bands because she’s just an amazing fronthuman.”
“Everyone’s so excited to get back on the road, we really can’t wait,” says guitarist Jack Bottomley as the band’s momentum gains traction. “We’re all in a really good place and we’re totally ready for what’s to come.”