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Fenech Soler Follow Glastonbury with further festival dates including V, T in the Park, Bestival and Lovebox

| On 11, Jul 2011

Follow Glastonbury with further festival dates including V, T in the Park, Bestival and Lovebox

Full headline tour also confirmed for September

“They’re uncommonly adept at writing high-voltage floorfillers with a foot in the indie camp via their jangly guitars… this debut stakes a claim to being the best recent record of its genre” – The Guardian

“Enough hollered hooks to have even dancefloor junkies begging for mercy” – Q

Having kicked-off the summer with a triumphant return to the stage at a completely packed out East Dance Tent at GlastonburyFenechSoler’s busy schedule continues with further festival dates including VT in the ParkBestivalBigChillLovebox, Hop Farm and Blissfields. The quartet will follow these dates with a full UK tour which has been boosted by the addition of a second London show at Koko after the first scheduled date sold-out.


Having previously supported White Lies, Groove Armada and KelisFenechSoler will also play Ibiza and Mallorca Rocks shows as guests to Mark Ronson.


Inspired by artists as varied as Daft PunkThe Chemical BrothersQueens of the Stone Age and N.E.R.D.FenechSoler have made huge strides forward since last September’s release of their acclaimed self-titled debut album, which earned support from Radio 1 as well as Q andXFM award nominations for The Next Big Thing and Best British Debut Album of the Year respectively.


Fenech-Soler’s debut album takes the band’s radio-friendly nous to unexpected places. It includes three singles: ‘Lies’ is a tale of lust and paranoia that becomes a glittery explosion of foot-stomping melancholy, ‘Demons’ recently became the band’s first full American release, while ‘Stop And Stare’ is their festival anthem ready and waiting, full of twitchy, urgent riffs, and hands-to-the-air vitality.






July – festivals


2nd – Blissfields

3rd – Hop Farm

8th – Oxegen

9th – Wakestock

10th – T in the Park

12th – Mallorca Rocks

13th – Ibiza Rocks

16th – Lovebox

19th – Holland, Festival de-Affaire

28th – Sweden, Emmaboda Festival

29th – Camp Bestival

30th – The Magic Loungeabout


August – festivals


5th – Big Chill

6th – Fieldview

11th – Summer Sundae Weekender

12th – Leefest

13th – Germany, Dockville

19th – Belgium, Pukkelpop

20th – V Festival, Staffordshire

21st – V Festival, Chelmsford


September – festivals


9th – Bestival

18th – Shrewsbury Fields Forever


September – headline dates


20th – Peterborough, The Cresset

22nd – Glasgow, O2 ABC 2

23rd – Newcastle, O2 Academy 2

24th – Birmingham, HMV Institute

28th – London, KOKO (sold out)

29th – London, KOKO (added date)

30th – Bristol, O2 Academy


October – headline dates


1st – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms

4th – Norwich, Waterfront

5th – Leeds, University

6th – Manchester, Academy 2

7th – Brighton, Concorde 2