Tim Kasher, the frontman of Cursive and stalwart member of the Saddle Creek 'recording family' takes The Good Life around the fair shores of Britain for an eight-date tour. The mini-album is touted as being, "poppy, catchy doses of malice and ill will, sing-along anthems of divorce and disillusionment and liquor-soaked lounge as interpreted by Dexy¹s Midnight Runners," and is reissued through Saddle Creek (CD & 10") on February 28th.
Here are the dates:
16 - Bristol, AR2
17 - Norwich, The Ferry Boat
18 - Sheffield, Corporation
19 - Leeds, The Vine
20 - Glasgow, Nice N Sleazy
21 - Manchester, Satan's Hollow
22 - London, Underworld
23 - Exeter, Cavern Club
Tickets are between £5-8 depending on which part of the country you live.
DiScuss: Are The Good Life like, good? Do you wish Tim would stick to Cursive? Will you be going to any of the dates?