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Tindersticks Announce UK Tour & Tickets

Sunday, 17 January 2010 Written by Saard
Tindersticks tour tickets today

So dark, melancholy and moving that some members have actually started to turn black and white, the Tindersticks have spent most of their career with critics dry-humping their leg whilst the mainstream stands about asking “who?” Find out what the fuss should be about. Click Here to Compare & buy Tindersticks Tickets

The Tindersticks have been around since late ’91 and are named after lead singer Stuart A Staples found a box of German matches on a Greek beach. Tindersticks painstakingly produce soulful, atmospheric tracks that incorporate a million different instruments and occasionally an entire orchestra. In ’93, Melody Maker named their album ‘Tindersticks’ the album of the year.

Their latest album, ‘Falling Down a Mountain’, is due to be released on January 25th. You can check out the video intro to the single of the same name and try to work out if it’s supposed to be serious or not. It doesn’t help that their bassist looks like Howard Moon.

Tindersticks are playing:

March 22 - Queens Hall Edinburgh
March 23 - Manchester Cathedral
March 24 - London O2 Shepherds Bush Empire

Tickets on sale now. Click Here to Compare & buy Tindersticks Tickets

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