New Music: LICE Share Video For ‘Stammering Bill’


New signing to Joe Talbot from IDLES’ Balley Records announce It All Worked Out. Volume 1 out April 5th. Volume 2 out May 24th.

Satirical art punk band LICE have announced It All Worked Out Great, a two-part ‘early years’ collection re-recorded and to be released as two EP’s and as an LP collecting both together. Vocalist Alastair Shuttleworth states, “it could not have been made by perfect people, and does not expect any to be listening.” We enjoy that his name makes him sound like a Tory MP and not the singer in a deranged punk band. It tickles out cabbages.

“As we watch the world seemingly burn; solace is found in the boundless passions of our peers and the hard workings born from that, “says IDLES’ Joe Talbot of Live. “LICE are a force beyond the rabble. We are in love. Up the open-minded and up the open-hearted.”

The band will support IDLES on their April tour:

April 8th – Komedi – Bath, United Kingdom – Sold Out
April 9th – The Hub – Plymouth
April 11th – Chinnery’s – Southend
April 12th – Ramsgate’s Music Hall – Ramsgate – Sold Out
April 13th – The Crawford Arms – Milton Keynes – Sold Out
April 14th – Coventry Central Library – Coventry – Sold Out
April 15th – Bootleg Social – Blackpool – Sold Out
April 17th – G2 – Glasgow – Sold Out
April 18th – Gorilla – Manchester – Sold Out
April 19th – Heaven – London – Sold Out

They will also play two of their own headline launch shows in Bristol & London in late May:

May 24th – Loco Klub, Bristol
May 25th – Sebright Arms, London

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