Posts Tagged ‘Tiger Please’

NEWS: The People The Poet confirm first shows under new name and Charlie Simpson support dates!

The People The Peot (or, until recently, Tiger Please) have announced their first shows since their name change. The band have also been confirmed as support for Charlie Simpson for his UK dates in March. All of the band’s upcoming dates can be found below:

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NEWS: Tiger Please change name to The People The Poet!

Four years into their career, British rockers Tiger Please have announced that they’ve decided to change their band name to The People The Poet. A full statement from vocalist Leon Stanford regarding the name change can be read below:

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NEWS: Tiger Please announce Summer UK tour dates!

Tiger Please have just announced a string of UK headline tour dates this Summer, here’s where and when you can catch them:

JULY 09 – BRIDGEND, Hobos
JULY 15 – TREORCHY, Parc And Dare
JULY 16 – LEICESTER, Soundhouse
JULY 22 – BOURNEMOUTH, iBar
JULY 23 – MANCHESTER, Alter Ego
JULY 24 – WREXHAM, Central Station
JULY 26 – LEEDS, The Well
JULY 28 – NEWCASTLE, The Globe
JULY 31 – GLASGOW, King Tuts
AUGUSUT 02 – DUNFERMLINE, PJ Malloys

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NEWS: Slam Dunk Festival 2011 announce official stage times!

Slam Dunk Festival have now announced the official stage times for both the Leeds and Hatfield dates. You can check the official times of each stage on both of the festival dates below:

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LIVE: Funeral For A Friend @ The Sugarmill, Stoke-on-Trent (28/03/2011)

Date: March 28th, 2011
Venue: The Sugarmill, Stoke-on-Trent
Support: Tiger Please, Rise To Remain
Website: www.funeralforafriend.com
MySpace: www.myspace.com/funeralforafriend

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It’s safe to say that over the past few years, things for Welsh post-hardcore outfit Funeral For A Friend haven’t been too great. Alongside two consecutive albums that alienated a lot of their original fanbase with their more ‘mature’ style, the depature of two key members wasn’t a great help either. However, equipped with new member Richard Boucher and brand new record ‘Welcome Home Armageddon’, FFAF are hoping to revitalise themselves with a new lease of life.

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