A tour featuring three of the UK’s leading indie bands of the noughties has had to be rescheduled due to coronavirus restrictions.
The Propaganda Live Tour featuring Reverend And The Makers, The Futureheads and The Holloways was due to visit 12 towns and cities in October.
Propaganda is a club night which celebrates the best of indie music. Every year it also hosts a tour, which also includes live DJs.
But headliners Reverend And The Makers posted on their social media accounts today: “We’ve sadly had to reschedule our Propaganda Live tour with The Futureheads and The Holloways ’til next spring due to Covid-19.
“Wasn’t an easy decision but we wanna make sure as many of you can come along as possible and of course be absolutely safe when doing so!
Reverend & The Makers were one of the bands who arose from the Shefffield scene in the mid-00s in the wake of the Arctic Monkeys’ success. They released a ‘best of’ album last year.
They were due to tour with The Futureheads, from Sunderland, whose 2019 album Powers was their first electric album in a decade, and a big return to form.
The Holloways, from North London, were set to tour for the first time since 2011. They are best known for their Top 20 hit Generator and their debut album So This Is Great Britain?
All the dates have now been rearranged for March and April 2021. All original tickets are still valid, and ones for the new dates are available HERE.