The Tuts Announce ‘Something Worth Voting For’ Tour Dates

They’ve supported The Selecter, opened for Feeder, received praise from the legendary Kathleen Hanna and been the loveliest of guests on our very own Get In Her Ears show. Most importantly, though, The Tuts are simply an incredible band who deserve plenty of acclaim in their own right; they have plenty to say and say it in the most wonderful way.

With their debut album Update Your Brain out last year, the vivacious punk-pop trio create impassioned offerings about Feminism, sexism and ‘everyday life-isms’ with their “sharp tongues and splendid harmonies” (as the legendary Pauline Black puts it).

The Tuts’ greatness lies partly in their ability to coat their angst-driven, powerful messages in joy-filled, ska-infused tunes. Exclaiming “give us something worth voting for…”, their creations couldn’t really be more fitting right now. And they’re not just fitting, they’re necessary. It’s necessary to have these strong women to inspire us, motivate us and – just as importantly – to dance to!

They’re a band not to be missed, so make sure you catch them at one of the following dates (tickets here):

6 May – The Exchange, Bristol
10 May – The Cellar, Oxford
11 May – The Joiners, Southampton
12 May – Green Door Store, Brighton
13 May – The Victoria, Dalston
19 May – Brudenell Games Room, Leeds
20 May – Private House Show, Cornwall
21 May – Moon Club, Cardiff
2 June – 13th Note, Glasgow
3 June – AATMA, Manchester

Mari Lane

Mari Lane

Editor, London. Likes: Kathleen Hanna, 6Music, live music in the sunshine. Dislikes: Sexism, pineapples, the misuse of apostrophes.