The Stranglers to tour Black and White album in 2016

The Guildford legends will tour their fans favourite 1978 album in early 2016.

Ben Smith

Date published: 18th Sep 2015

Image: The Stranglers 

Legendary rock band The Stranglers will be touring their classic third album Black and White (stream below on Spotify) in early 2016. The 1978 LP, produced by the legendary Martin Rushent, has been cited by many as the first post punk album on account of its rejection of the musical tropes of the time.

With the exception of 'Nice N' Sleazy', which boasted sci fi synth touches underneath the band's trademark guitars, it eschewed singles. The cover of Dionne Warwick's 'Walk on By' also rejected the punk ideology of short blasts of music with it's elongated organ solo.

The band's date include a shows at Leeds' O2 Academy on Friday 25th March, Full dates below.

UK tour dates below 

Perth - Perth Theatre, Thursday 3rd March 

Inverness - The Ironworks, Friday 4th March 

Glasgow - 02 Academy, Saturday 5th March 

Nottingham - Rock City, Monday 7th March 

Liverpool - 02 Academy, Tuesday 8th March 

Newcastle - 02 Academy, Wednesday 9th March

London - 02 Academy Brixton, Friday 11th March

Birmingham - 02 Academy, Saturday 12th March

Guildford - G Live, Monday 14th March

Reading - Hexagon, Tuesday 15th March

Sheffield - 02 Academy, Thursday 17th March

Cardiff - Cardiff University, Friday 18th March

Bristol - 02 Academy, Saturday 19th March

Salisbury - City Hall, Monday 21st March

Folkestone - Leas Cliff Halls, Tuesday 22nd March

Cambridge - Corn Exchange, Wednesday 23rd March

Leeds - 02 Academy, Friday 25th March (TICKETS AVAILABLE)

Manchester - 02 Apollo, Saturday 26th March  



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