King King announce UK Tour

Hot on the heels of King King’s January 2018 UK tour – including their biggest London show at the Shepherd’s Bush Empire to date and a sold-out show at Edinburgh’s prestigious Queen’s Hall – Britain’s No. 1 rock blues band announce their April – June 2018 UK Tour including shows at HRH  Festival in Sheffield and the Rock & Blues Festival in Newport.

King King released their fourth studio album “Exile & Grace” in October 2017 via Manhaton Records. The album features the band’s singles (She Don’t) Gimme No Lovin’ and Long Time Running which have been big hits on Planet Rock radio in the UK.

The album was recorded at Superfly Studios and mixed by Chris Sheldon (Foo Fighters, Feeder and Therapy?).

“Exile & Grace” is King King’s first album of new material since 2015’s multi-award winning “Reaching For The Light.” The new album follows King King’s across-the-board win of five awards at 2016’s British Blues Awards including Best Male Vocal (Alan Nimmo), Best Bass Player (Lindsay Coulson), Best Song (Rush Hour), Best Album (Reaching for the Light) and Best Songwriter.



Worcester, Huntingdon Hall                      Saturday 14 April

Sheffield, HRH Festival                                 Sunday 15 April

Aberdeen, The Lemon Tree                        Friday 20 April

Darvel, Town Hall                                            Saturday 21 April

*Hastings, St. Mary in The Castle             Thursday 3 May

*Pontypridd, Muni Arts Centre                 Friday 4 May

*Southampton, The 1865                             Saturday 5 May

*Liverpool, Epstein Theatre                       Thursday 10 May

Whitley Bay, Playhouse                               Friday 11 May

Clitheroe, The Grand                                     Saturday 12 May

*Chester, The Live Rooms                           Thursday 17 May

*Leeds, Brudenell Social Club                   Friday 18 May

*Holmfirth, The Picturedome                   Saturday 19 May

*Frome, Cheese & Grain                             Saturday 26 May

*Exeter, The Phoenix Arts Centre            Sunday 27 May

*Bilston, Robin 2                                             Thursday 31 May

*Bury St. Edmunds, The Apex                    Friday 1 June

*Newport, Rock 7 Blues Festival              Saturday 2 June