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International Teachers Of Pop Line Up Autumn Dates For Debut UK Tour

Monday, 06 August 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Internationl Teachers of Pop have confirmed autumn dates for their first UK tour.

The purveyors of "nerd disco", comprising Adrian Flanagan and Dean Honer of the Moonlandingz and the Eccentronic Research Council, alongside Leonore Wheatley of the Soundcarriers and Whyte Horses, will call in Sheffield, Leeds, Glasgow, Nottingham, Salford and London, where they'll play the Moth Club on October 22. Tickets are on sale now.

The announcement follows thier date alongside Jarvis Cocker back in the spring, opening for the Pulp frontman in a cave known as the Devils's Arse in Castleton. They also play a number of live shows throughout the remainder of August tying in with the recent release of their debut single, Age of Train. Discussing the song Wheatley said:

“Having been a perpetual passenger, spending hours and money on our beloved rail service, now is the time to recognise and renationalise. Try and dissolve some of the stresses of not managing to escape your city for even just a day without feeling some kind of dread.”

International Teachers of Pop Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri October 05 2018 - SHEFFIELD University Drama Studio
Mon October 22 2018 - LONDON Moth Club
Tue October 23 2018 - LEEDS Brudenell Social Club
Wed October 24 2018 - GLASGOW Broadcast
Fri October 26 2018 - NOTTINGHAM Metronome
Sat October 27 2018 - MANCHESTER White Hotel

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