The Noisettes January 2007 tour

The Betweenplanets favourites known as The Noisettes have announced tour dates for the New Year, and judging from the response they’re getting on their support gigs with Muse, you don’t want to miss out on these headline shows.

The Noisettes are playing the following headline shows in early 2007:

20 Jan Mr Kyps Bournemouth
21 Jan Charlotte Leicester
22 Jan Zodiac Oxford
23 Jan Arts Centre Norwich
25 Jan Social Nottingham
26 Jan Escobar Wakefield
29 Jan ICA London
30 Jan Life Café Manchester
31 Jan Central Station Wrexham

2 Feb Zanzibar Liverpool
3 Feb Tavern Wigan
4 Feb Sugarmill Stoke
5 Feb Leadmill Sheffield
7 Feb Cockpit Leeds
8 Feb King Tuts Glasgow
9 Feb Moshulu Aberdeen
10 Feb Cluny Newcastle
12 Feb Joiners Southhampton
13 Feb The Boiler Room Guildford
15 Feb Little Civic Wolverhampton
16 Feb Clwb Ifor Bach Cardiff
17 Feb Thekla Bristol
18 Feb Pressure Point Brighton

The Noisettes single “Don’t Give Up” is out this week on Vertigo. The next releases will be the single “Capture the Spirit” in late january, followed shortly afterwards by the album “What’s the Time Mr. Wolf?”

Here’s what some of you have been saying about the Noisettes:

“It’s easy to see why The Noisettes have been afforded the patronage of the likes of Bloc Party – they share the same sonic adventurousness, urgency and awareness of modern life; but that’s where all comparisions end. The Noisettes are very much forging their own trail.” (

“The Noisettes are one of the most raw and vital live bands going at the moment.” (

“Singer Shingai manages to encompass the power of Kathleen Hanna, the zany grace of Kate Bush and the dynamics of Jack White, while sounding 100% original.” (

“…in lead singer Shingai Shoniwa they have a genuinely charismatic frontwoman…names like P J Harvey, White Stripes and Yeah Yeah Yeahs were easily brought to mind.” (

“Definitely a band to watch out for in 2007.” (

“…a band who beat their contemporaries in every conceivable category.” (

“Recalling the finer points of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, the future looks promising for The Noisettes. We expect big things.” (

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