Sebadoh, Lou Barlow’s gang of lo-fi songsters, reformed last year and are set to play a very special series of dates in the UK.
The band emerged from home demos Barlow released after being kicked out of seminal US punk group Dinosaur Jr. Eventually settling on a three piece line up, Sebadoh released several acclaimed albums in their own right, with 1993’s “Bubble and Scrape” breaking the band on the college rock circuit.
Sebadoh have split up twice in their existence, reforming last year. The group have announced an exciting new UK tour, featuring the “classic” line up of Barlow and compatriates Eric Gaffney and Jason Lowenstein. The shows include a special “Don’t Look Back” performance of “Bubble and Scrape” in its entirety.
Sebadoh will play the following shows:
April 22nd – Galway, Roisin Dubh
April 23rd – Dublin, Whelans
April 25th – Glasgow, Classic Grand
April 26th – Manchester, Academy 3
April 27th – Brighton, Concorde 2
May 7th – London, Koko