Dive Dive announce new album and tour dates

Tilting at Windmills Following on from the success of 2005’s debut album ‘Tilting at Windmills’ (Diablo Music / Pinnacle) Oxford quartet Dive Dive are about to unleash yet another highly impressive slice of British Punkrock in the shape of ‘The Revenge of the Mechanical Dog’. Originally spawned from John Peel favourites Dustball (doing an impressive five sessions for the radio veteran) Dive Dive splice elements of early Idlewild, Sex Pistols and Buzzcocks among others to create something rather special and original.

In their short history Dive Dive have played over 300 shows, toured with the likes of Funeral For A Friend, The Ordinary Boys and Franz Ferdinand and been joined onstage by members of Radiohead. The band are now set to storm the UK with Frank Turner (ex-Million Dead) in support of their second album you can catch them at the following venues:


24 Josephs Well, Leeds
25 53 Degrees, Preston University
26 The Brickyard, Carlisle
28 The Social, Nottingham
29 Night & Day, Manchester
30 The Tunnels, Aberdeen


1 Nice ‘n’ Sleazys, Glasgow
2 Korova, Liverpool
5 Cardiff Ifor Bach
6 Thekla, Bristol
7 The Loft, Cambridge
8 Moles, Bath
9 Reading Plug and Play
10 The Colosseum, Coventry
11 Fibbers, York
12 The Bar Academy, Birmingham
13 The Borderline, London
14 The Joiners, Southampton
15 The Zodiac, Oxford

‘The Revenge of the Mechanical Dog’ is release on January 22nd on Land Speed Records and the track listing includes:

1. Let The Blind Lead The Blind
2. The Game
3. Cuts And Bruises
4. Seven Of Eight
5. Maybe I’m OK
6. Holding Back The Broken Door
7. Take It, It’s Yours
8. Talentless Fucks
9. Clarence Boddiker
10. Perfectly Pathetic
11. This Ain’t Jetplane
12. Idiot Parade

Press Quotes…

“Magnificent and explosive” – KERRANG!
“Pure aggressive pop-rock” (Single of the Week) – THE INDEPENDENT
“If they weren’t so pale and skinny they’d be terrifying” – NME
“Pop mastery executed with aplomb. Anything other than widespread recognition would be a crime” (8/10) – ROCKSOUND
“The best British rock band of the last two years” – DROWNED IN SOUND

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