BLACKBERRY SMOKE have announced a UK tour for March/April 2017 in support of forthcoming fifth studio album, ‘Like An Arrow’ which is set for release on 14 October via Earache.

BLACKBERRY SMOKE’s frontman/guitarist Charlie Starr is looking forward to the UK run, telling us: “We always love to bring new music to crowds who really appreciate it!  Some of our favourite moments on stage have come from touring all over Europe and we can’t wait to share ‘Like An Arrow’ with our friends and fans over there.  It is a great mix of what we love to do best.”

‘Like an Arrow’ follows BLACKBERRY SMOKE’s hugely successful 2015 album, ‘Holding All the Roses’, which took the top spot on both the UK Rock Chart and the US Country Chart.  The release features 12 new tracks and includes a guest appearance from THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND’s very own Gregg Allman.  Check out the album’s lead track, ‘Waiting for the Thunder’ below;

UK DATES RACK UP AS FOLLOWS
March
Monday 27th                  O2 Academy                 Oxford*
Tuesday 28th                Roundhouse                 London
Wednesday 29th            UEA                             Norwich
Friday 31st                    Academy                      Manchester

April
Saturday 1st                  Olympia Theatre           Dublin
Monday 3rd                   Barrowlands                 Glasgow
Tuesday 4th                  O2 Academy                 Newcastle*
Thursday 6th                 O2 Academy                 Bristol*
Friday 7th                      O2 Academy                 Birmingham*
Saturday 8th                  Pyramids Centre           Portsmouth

You can pre-order ‘Like an Arrow’ now on limited edition signed CD and coloured vinyl, as well as regular CD, vinyl, and various merch bundles at http://www.earache.com/likeanarrow.

TICKETS
Tickets are on-sale from 9am on Friday 7th October priced at £24 for London and £20 Regionally (subject to per-ticket charge plus order processing fee) and are available from *www.ticketweb.co.uk and  www.livenation.co.uk

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