The Carnabys Tour New Album ‘Too Much, Never Enough’


The Carnabys are heading back out on the road throughout October and November.  As well as performing new tracks from their summer album release, the ‘Too Much, Never Enough’ Tour will include a main stage appearance supporting Everything Everything, and Public Service Broadcasting, at Camden’s Roundhouse on 18th October for the unique Music Venue Trust #FIGHTBACK event. Other London dates include Brixton’s Windmill and one of the opening appearances at Mumford and Sons’ Ben Lovett’s new venue, Omeara.

Renowned as one the most polished, energetic and exciting emerging live acts, The Carnabys have already won over big industry names such as BBC Introducing, Isle of Wight Festival, Blondie’s Debbie Harry, Bruce Springsteen’s Steven van Zandt amongst others and earned them Ben Sherman sponsorship. But continuing to recognise the importance of grassroots music venues led The Carnabys to mount a hugely successful campaign to raise money for Music Venue Trust by donating their proceeds of their album sales to the Trust. Reaching No. 9 on the iTunes Alternative chart, they were made the youngest ever patrons of the Trust and are already making their case with a regular Huffington Post blog.

The Tour promises to be an be high energy, and will include new material from ‘Too Much, Never Enough’ as well as old fan favourites.

You can catch The Carnabys ‘Too Much, Never Enough’ Tour on the following dates:

18 Oct – Roundhouse – London

03 Nov – Windmill Brixton – London

05 Nov – Royal Holloway – Egham

07 Nov – Aberystwyth Uni – Aberystwyth

08 Nov – The Moon Club – Cardiff

10 Nov – Boileroom – Guildford

11 Nov – the Sugarmill – Stoke On Trent

12 Nov – Kasbah – Coventry

17 Nov – The Venue- Derby

22 Nov – Broadcast Glasgow

24 Nov – The Forum – Hertfordshire

02 Dec – Omeara – London

The Carnabys new album, ‘Too Much, Never Enough’ is out now. You can find out more about The Carnabys online on their official website, Facebook, and Twitter.

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