The Bees- Chicken Payback- Video Streams
Biggest UK tour
New single - Chicken Payback
April 4 th 2005
The Bees release their new single, Chicken Payback on April 4 th 2005. This crowd favourite will be backed by a newly recorded version of These Are The Ghosts (undead version) which as been turned into an even more psychedelic classic.
The Bees are also about to embark their “Payback The Chicken” tour, which is their biggest to date:
Glasgow Barrowlands (February 23)
Manchester Ritz (24)
Leeds University (26)
Nottingham Rock City (27)
Bristol Academy (March 1)
London Carling Brixton Academy (2)
Tom Vek will add support on these dates.
2004 marked a great year for The Bees, with the release of their stellar second album, Free The Bees. It also saw them storm Glastonbury and headline The Bestival on their home turf, the Isle Of Wight. 2005 will see the band enter the studio to record their third classic album.
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