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Less Than Jake To Release 'Live From Astoria' In April

Friday, 19 February 2016 Written by Laura Johnson

Less Than Jake will release a live album, ‘Live From Astoria’, in April.

The record is due out on April 29 via Rude Records and Saint November Records. It was recorded 15 years ago on the third night of a three-day run at the London venue in April 2001. Saxophonist Peter 'JR' Wasilewski said:

“The London Astoria was always a special place for us. For a certain time it almost felt like a home-coming every time we played there. For us to be able to play multiple nights there on several occasions needed to be documented somehow. We hope our fans enjoy it as much as we did making it!”

Less Than Jake will follow their set at Groezrock with a quartet of UK shows. The ska-punk legends have inked in shows in Kingston, Liverpool, Leicester and Oxford between May 2 and 5, with Trash Boat and Success set to open. Tickets are on sale now.

Less Than Jake Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Mon May 02 2016 - KINGSTON Hippodrome
Tue May 03 2016 - LIVERPOOL O2 Academy Liverpool
Wed May 04 2016 - LEICESTER O2 Academy Leicester
Thu May 05 2016 - OXFORD O2 Academy Oxford

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