News Tour Dates 07/09/2017

Queen Zee & The Sasstones Announce Marmozets Oct 2017 Support Tour + 'Porno' Video



New York, NY (Top40 Charts) After bringing a healthy dose of much-needed pandemonium to Reading & Leeds Festival, BBC Introducing favourites and Liverpool newcomers Queen Zee & The Sasstones are extremely pleased to announce a run of shows supporting Marmozets on their October 2017 headline tour dates.

The track is the latest to be taken from their previously announced debut EP Eat My Sass which is released later this month on 22nd September 2017.

The Sasstones have been playing ferocious sets across Merseyside for the past six months and will now take their infamous live show on the road for the first time this autumn when they support Cabbage across the whole of the UK, followed by the dates alongside Marmozets.

Queen Zee and the gang's debauched hometown gigs are getting bigger, wilder and more notorious every time they play, with appearances at Liverpool Sound City, Manchester Punk Festival and a support slot with Steve Lamacq's new favourite band, Shame, earlier this summer cementing their reputation as one of the North West's must-see new live bands.

Quickly gaining support from the likes of Wonderland Magazine, Clash Magazine, Bido Lito! Getintothis, and landing themselves on several high-profile Spotify playlists already, their singles have so far picked up plays from BBC Radio One, BBC6 Music, BBC Introducing, Amazing Radio and Radio X.

See Queen Zee & The Sasstones live on the following dates:
September
16 - Buxworth - Rec Rock Festival
23 - Sassden Liverpool - Sound Basement
27 - Holmfirth - Picturedrome *
28 - Preston - 53 Degrees *
29 - Stockton - Stockton Ku Bar *
30 - Leeds - Live Art Cafe

October
5 - London ULU
6 - Peterborough - The Met Lounge *
11 - Dundee - Bar 15 *
12 - Dunfermline - PJ Molloys *
13 - Darlington - Inside Out *
14 - Cumbria - The Drawing Room *
17 - Norwich - Norwich Arts Centre *
18 - Bedford - Bedford Esquires *
19 - Stowmarket - John Peel Centre for Creative *
20 - Wolverhampton - Slade Rooms *
21 - Buckley - The Tivoli *
22 - Manchester - Academy 3 ^
23 - Birmingham - O2 Academy 2 ^
25 - London - The Garage ^ SOLD OUT
27 - Norwich - Arts Centre ^
28 - Bristol - The Fleece ^ SOLD OUT
29 - Bournemouth - The Old Fire Station ^
30 - Portsmouth - Wedgewood Rooms ^

November
10 - Nottingham - JT Soars
11 - Leeds - Pie Race Festival
18 - Liverpool - Dead Good Gathering
* w/ Cabbage
^ w/ Marmozets




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