Stiff Little Fingers announce UK tour and 10th album

SLF-2012-Promo-2-610x406Punk rock legends Stiff Little Fingers have announced a UK tour for March 2014 and a new studio album entitled No Going Back due out in April 2014.

The band have launched a Pledge music campaign for the album which already over 300 per cent over it’s target total

Stiff Little Fingers were formed in 1977 in Belfast.  Along with the likes of the Clash, Sex Pistols, The Jam, Buzzcocks, Undertones, Sham 69, Stranglers, et al – Stiff Little Fingers were at the forefront of the punk movement. The band split in early ’83 and re-formed in ’87, renewing interest in SLF just as newer bands that sited them as a major influence, such as Bad Religion, Sugar, Rancid and Therapy, were coming to prominence.

No Going Back will be their 10th studio album.

UK tour dates are as follows:

Wed 12th Mar 2014          Leeds, O2 Academy
Thu 13th Mar                       Dublin, The Academy
Fri 14th Mar                         Belfast, Ulster Hall
Sat 15th Mar                        Newcastle, O2 Academy
Mon 17th Mar                     Glasgow, Barrowland Ballroom
Tue 18th Mar                       Liverpool, O2 Academy
Wed 19th Mar                     Nottingham, Rock City
Fri 21st Mar                          Wolverhampton, Wulfrun Hall
Sat 22nd Mar                       Manchester, The Ritz
Sun 23rd Mar                      Leamington Spa, The Assembly
Mon 24th Mar                     Peterborough, The Cresset
Wed 26th Mar                     Norwich, The Waterfront
Thu 27th Mar                       Ipswich, Corn Exchange
Fri 28th Mar                         London, The Forum
Sat 29th Mar                        Bristol, O2 Academy
Mon 31st Mar                     Exeter, Phoenix
Tue 1st Apr                          Portsmouth, Pyramide Centre

Tickets are priced £18.50 (£20.00 London) subject to booking fee. They are available from box offices and

=-Classic Rock

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