Sugarcult to release ”Memory” and tour UK in June

Californian Power Punkers Sugarcult To Release Single And Video “Memory” In Conjunction With June UK/European Tour

“practically every song shows no sign of them ceasing bouncing off the walls!. KKKK” Kerrang


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“Memory”, the first single from Santa Barbara, California-based power punk outfit Sugarcult’s sophomore effort “Palm Trees and Power Lines,” released worldwide June 7th. The single release precedes a European tour which starts June 13th.

The band will be on this year’s Warped tour in the US and playing the following UK dates:

  • 13-Jun – Newport TJ’s
  • 14-Jun – Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms
  • 15-Jun – Leeds Cockpit
  • 16-Jun – Birmingham Academy 2
  • 17-Jun – London Islington Academy
  • 18-Jun – Oxford Zodiac
  • 19-Jun – Manchester Manchester University
  • 20-Jun – Glasgow Cathouse


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Debuting in the US billboard album charts in the top 50, “Palm Trees and Power Lines” is the follow-up to 2002’s “Start Static” which has scanned over 300,000 units in the US to date and sold half a million worldwide. The band has toured the globe over the past three years, garnering fans from Arizona to Australia, and everywhere in between. “Palm Trees!” picks up where “Start Static” left off, with lyrics that reflect the band’s maturity from life on the road. The plaintiveness that lurked below the surface of singer/guitarist Tim Pagnotta’s earlier songs is now front and center, bringing to the new material an emotional intensity that matches the band’s electrifying musical jolt.

Sugarcult is quintessentially Californian, and the new album’s 12 songs play out against the backdrop of California’s beauty and ugliness, its romance and reality; documenting a physical and psychological journey that begins and ends at the edge of the Pacific.

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