1st May 2006
The brand new single by London-based 5 piece Captain. 'Broke' is the first single proper to be taken from the debut album 'This is Hazelville', and will be released on 1st May 2006. Built around Rik and Clare's distinctive, harmonious vocals and a hook-laden, driving melody, 'Broke' is an uplifting and epic introduction to one of this year's most exciting debuts.
Broke Follows the critically acclaimed limited edition single 'Frontline'. Captain have also been playing some outstanding live shows up and down the country. Now, with an NME Shockwaves gig (supporting The Ordinary Boys), a superb set at SXSW, and a UK support tour with The Delays under their belt, Captain are ready and primed for a busy and exciting year ahead, which includes a UK tour throughout April and May:
Wed 19th Faversham, Leeds (Club NME)
Thu 20th Bullet, Camden (Camden Crawl)
Fri 21st Night and Day, Manchester (Club Fandango)
Sat 22nd Underground, Stoke (Club NME)
Sun 23rd Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth (supporting The Delays)
Mon 24th Plug, Sheffield (Club NME)
Tues 25th Bush Hall, London
Wed 26th Fleece, Bristol
Fri 28th Brixton Academy (supporting Kaiser Chiefs)
Sat 29th Colosseum, Coventry
Sun 30th Junction, Cambridge (supporting The Delays)
Mon 1st Liquid Rooms, Edinburgh (supporting The Delays)
Tues 2nd Tunnels, Aberdeen
Wed 3rd Adelphi, Hull
Thurs 4th University, Southampton
Fri 5th Angel, Bedford
Sat 6th Opera House, Bournemouth
Fri 19th Audio, Brighton (part of Great Escape Festival)
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