A Sub Pop signing, one gig in a disused industrial freezer, and a debut album later, TV Priest will tour the UK this autumn, announcing new dates and rescheduling their Spring shows. They’re set to hit up 11 cities across the country, beginning and ending with their stomping ground of London.
The band have also rescheduled their socially distanced and sold out London headliner at Oslo for 3rd July, in what will be only the band’s second and third ever shows.
Born in 2019 out of four childhood friends who made music together as teenagers, their official entrance came in April of last year with the release of debut single House of York. With stand out singles that include This Island, Runner Up, Slideshow, Press Gang, and lead track Decoration, they’ve gained recognition from BBC6 Music, BBC Radio 1, NME, DIY, I Paper, FADER, Brooklyn Vegan, The Line Of Best Fit, Gigwise, Pitchfork, CLASH, NPR, and loads more. With both Runner Up and Press Gang being added to the BBC6 Music playlist, and in the US Decoration spent two weeks at No.1 on the commercial alternative specialty charts, with airplay from the likes of Sirius XMU, The Current, 91X, and KEXP (plus Song of the Day).
Originally due for release late last year the album was pushed back, as mid-campaign they were snapped up by the legendary Sub Pop Records without ever playing a proper gig. Uppers is an album that has a lot to say right now – led with a cuttingly funny, angry, confused, real frontman that is Charlie Drinkwater.
‘Uppers’ album details
‘Uppers’ track listing
‘Uppers’ is out now via Sub Pop Records worldwide at
UK Autumn tour details
*3 Jul 2021 @ London, Oslo 18:45 (Matinee show) SOLD OUT
*3 Jul 2021 @ London, Oslo 21:00 (Evening show) SOLD OUT
*19 October 2021 @ London, Shackwell Arms SOLD OUT
21 October 2021 @ Birmingham, Hare And Hound – Tickets here
22 October 2021 @ Blackpool, Bootleg Special – Tickets here
23 October 2021 @ Hull, Adelphi – Tickets here
26 October 20201 @ Nottingham, Bodega – Tickets here
*27 October 2021 @ Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Balch (Upstairs) – Tickets here
28 October 2021 @ Bedford, Esquires – Tickets here
*29 October 2021 @ Manchester, Yes (Basement) – Tickets here
*30 October 2021 @ Leeds, Belgrave Music Hall (Dark Arts Festival) – Tickets here
31 October 2021 @ Sheffield, Sidney & Matilda – Tickets here
*2 November 2021 @ Bristol, Rough Trade – Tickets here
3 November 2021 @ London, Moth Club – Tickets here
*4 November 2021 @ Southampton, Heartbreakers – Tickets here