Band of Skulls Tickets & Tour Dates 2015
Band of Skulls are an English alternative rock outfit hailing from Southampton. Formed in 2004, the band consists of frontman Russell Marsden, bassist Emma Richardson, and drummer Matt Hayward.
Originally performing in clubs under the name Fleeing New York, they decided to get serious in 2008 and a swift change of name followed, along with the release of their debut album 'Baby Darling Doll Face Honey' in 2009.
The album's modest success would be dwarfed by their sophomore record 'Sweet Sour', which reached #14 in the UK Albums chart in 2012. Massive tours would ensue, along with festival slots across the world.
Band of Skulls released their third album 'Himalayan' in 2014 and confirmed a clutch of tour dates in support of it for November, along with an appearance at Sonisphere Festival and Londons Hyde Park alongside Arcade Fire & more. For tickets, check below!
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