Team Picture to release ‘Recital’ on June 1, UK tour throughout May & June23 April 2018
Leeds-based six-piece, Team Picture recently shared their 405-approved new single, ‘Break Yr Heart’ (listen below), the latest to be taken from their forthcoming mini-album release, ‘Recital’ which is due out via Big Dumb Music on June 1, 2018. The release will also arrive on a limited edition 12” vinyl which is available for pre-order from this link here. Produced by Matt Peel (previously Autobahn, Pulled Apart By Horses, Eagulls), the 7-track recording will be supported by a full UK tour taking in festival dates before headlining The Shacklewell Arms, London on May 31, 2018 and The Brudenell Social Club, Leeds on June 1, 2018 – full dates below.
Since forming in 2016, Team Picture have earned praise at Radio 1, BBC Introducing and secured multiple spins at 6Music with support from Huw Stephens, Tom Robinson and Steve Lamacq, as well as ticking off support slots with the likes of Parquet Courts, Psychic Ills, The Orielles and Ulrika Spacek. In addition, the band have performed at the likes of Bluedot Festival (along with Warpaint and the Pixies), the Wire-curated Drill Festival and Manchester’s Neighbourhood Festival, as well as selling out their own curated ‘Du The Katman’ night atLeeds’ Hyde Park Book Club.
17-19 May | The Great Escape, Brighton
31 May | The Shacklewell Arms, London
1 June | The Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
2 June | Long Division, Wakefield
4 June | Hug & Pint, Glasgow
5 June | Polar Bear, Hull
6 June | Jimmy’s, Manchester
“Deliciously retro and unapologetically playful” **** – Dork
“A cunning and driving rock sound” – The 405
“The new material marks a step up for the band, a phase we’re fully behind” – Record of the Day
“Exciting and epic, packed with swirling guitar riffs, haunting backing vocals, it takes on a life of its own” – The Line Of Best Fit
“The new track fine-tunes their pop sensibilities and knack for a killer hook” – DIY
“Neon-soaked visuals brilliantly soundtracked by the group’s scuzz-soaked pop” – Wonderland