Following the recent release of BROKEN RECORD, the latest single from their acclaimed TELLING TRUTHS, BREAKING TIES debut album, MILLIE MANDERS AND THE SHUTUP have announced dates for their Summer Tour 2021 including a number of headline dates and festival appearances, as follows:
Mon 21 DARWEN Live
Fri 11 LEICESTER Biker’s Pub
Sat 26 KINGSTON Fighting Cocks
Fri 02 STOURBRIDGE Katy Fitzgerald’s
Sat 03 CORBY Talisman
Fri 23 HULL O’Reilly’s
Sat 24 LEEDS A Fistful of Ska Festival @ Brudenell Social Club
Sat 31 SOUTHAMPTON Gabefest
Sun 01 CHEPSTOW Green Gathering Festival
Thu 05 CHESTER Live Rooms
Fri 06 BLACKPOOL Rebellion Festival
Sat 07 DONCASTER Wroot Rocks
Sun 29 GUERNSEY Vale Earth Fair
Sat 11 DERBYSHIRE Whitwell Festival
Fronted by Millie’s staggering vocal dexterity and backed by grinding guitars, irresistible horns and a huge amount of pop appeal, the band’s live shows are renowned for their power and energy. With the launch of their debut album, accompanying videos for the singles BITTER, BROKEN RECORD, BURNOUT, PANIC, SILENT SCREAMS and YOUR STORY, and a guarantee that there will be zero plastic wrapping on any merchandise or release, MILLIE MANDERS AND THE SHUTUP are striving to make a difference whilst keeping us uplifted and brilliantly entertained.
The album is available on CD and vinyl formats from https://millie-manders.com/ alongside a range of limited-edition clothing and artwork that raises funds for NHS Charities Together, The Survivors Trust – an umbrella charity for survivors of rape and sexual abuse – and the mental health charities Mind and Papyrus.
With extensive support from BBC Introducing and Radio X and appearances at notable festivals such as Boomtown and Rebellion, the last two years have propelled MILLIE MANDERS AND THE SHUTUP into the conscience of both the public and the music industry alike. With lyrics that discuss loss, betrayal, anger, anxiety, heartbreak, bitterness, environmental catastrophe and political unrest, they inspire the questioning of social norms with a cross-genre punk that’s becoming increasingly hard to ignore.