United Fruit Announce New EP And UK Tour

United Fruit

Glaswegian quartet United Fruit are extremely pleased to announce their return with the release of their latest EP Nightmare Recovery on 13th November 2015 via Ditto Music. To celebrate the news, the band are streaming the title track from the record in full, following its premiere with The 405.

The band will also be hitting the road on a run of UK headline dates this November in support of the new record, including a London show at The Black Heart in Camden on Wednesday 11th November – see below for full dates.

Nightmare Recovery is the latest step in a brave new direction that sees the four piece continuously tinkering with the rules of modern rock, as evidenced by the EP’s further departure from the tried and tested formula into territory that crosses paths with post-punk, post-rock and shoegaze influences whilst retaining the melodic surges and choruses that have so far served them well.

Discussing their ambitions for the future earlier this year, guitarist Stuart Galbraith said:
You’ve got to believe you’re going to do bigger and better things every time… you’ve got to have that vision or else you’re not going to do it. We’re here, so it’s kinda worked.

Busily building their reputation as a blinding and unrelenting live act over the past few years, United Fruit have previously toured with the likes of Twin Atlantic and The Twilight Sad, and been a part of the DIY and Dr Martens sponsored #StandForSomething tour. They have appeared at festivals all over the world including Scotland’s T in The Park, Czech Republic’s Rock For People and Austin’s infamous SXSW 2015, where they played the Stereogum and Exploding In Sound Records showcase along with several other appearances.

2015 UK Headline Tour Dates:

Sun Nov 8: Manchester – Fallow Café
Mon Nov 9: Liverpool – Studio 2
Tue Nov 10: Birmingham – The Ooblek
Wed Nov 11: London – The Black Heart
Sat Nov 14: Glasgow – Hug and Pint
Sun Nov 15: Edinburgh – Sneaky Pete’s

Tickets on sale now via www.dice.fm

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Soundscape’s editor, who is particularly fond of doom, black metal and folk (but will give anything a chance). Likes to travel to see bands abroad when she can. Contact: nathumphries@soundscapemagazine.com or @acidnat on twitter.

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