The Lounge Kittens Announce UK Headline Tour

Fresh from a storming string of festival shows, The Lounge Kittens have just announced a string of headline dates, for those sophisticated enough to know just how cool they are!

Not content with 6 shows at Glastonbury, opening Limp Bizkit's set with a personal invititaion from Fred Durst, and ramming out 2 shows at Sonisphere!

The Lounge Kittens want to let everyone enjoy their unique blend of cover versioning, stating:

We can’t wait to get out on tour and perform to new people and meet new fans! We’ve had an absolute blast playing the festivals over the summer but we love nothing more than being hot and sweaty in a jam-packed room full of people singing along and having a great time. We’re playing a whole different range of venues too so every show will be a Kitten-fuelled adventure.. and there are definitely some new songs as well!

The dates are:

Saturday 13 September – The Black Dog, Crawley
Friday 19 September – The Hub, Plymouth
Saturday 20 September – The Winchester, Bournemouth
Friday 26 September – The Scene, Swansea
Saturday 4 October – JKS, Eastleigh
Sunday 5 October – The King’s Theatre, Portsmouth
Thursday 9 October – Madame Jojo’s, London
Friday 10 October – Also Known As, Banbury

If you've still to realise the enormity of The Lounge Kittens check out the following couple of videos, their version of 'Rollin' by Limp Bizkit & 'I Don't Wanna Miss A Thing' by Aerosmith:

And don't forget to check out our very own podcast, in which a simple "The Lounge Kittens interview", turned into "The Lounge Kittens completely takeover the podcast and the presenters are reduced to quivering wrecks" - listen to the episode of the Greg & Simon Show now!

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Nik works in music PR, he wanted to be famous but genetics determined a managerial route instead. He put his energy into working out how to design stuff, build web stuff and string a decent series of words together. He is a big fan of original and unique sounding bands, loving a good melody and anthem - although he has been known to listen to 90s glam rock in private.