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Thursday 6th October 2022

Foundry, Sheffield

Doors at 19:00

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Friday 7th October 2022

The Fire Station, Sunderland

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Saturday 8th October 2022

Barrow Forum Theatre, Barrow-in-Furness

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Sunday 9th October 2022

Live Rooms, Chester, Chester

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Thursday 13th October 2022

Epic Studios, Norwich

Doors at 19:30

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Friday 14th October 2022

Southend Palace Theatre, Southend on Sea

Doors at 19:00

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Saturday 15th October 2022

Booking Hall, Dover

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Friday 21st October 2022

Colchester Arts Centre, Colchester

Doors at 19:00

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Saturday 22nd October 2022

Revelation, Ashford

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Thursday 10th November 2022

Palace Theatre, Newark

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Friday 11th November 2022

Newhampton Arts Centre, Wolverhampton

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Saturday 12th November 2022

The Empire, Coventry

Doors at 18:30

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Thursday 24th November 2022

Axminster Guildhall, Axminster

Doors at 19:00

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Friday 25th November 2022

Gloucester Guildhall, Gloucester

Doors at 19:00

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Saturday 26th November 2022

Cheese & Grain, Frome

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Thursday 15th December 2022

Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth

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Friday 16th December 2022

The Old Fire Station, Bournemouth

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Saturday 17th December 2022

Electric Palace, Bridport

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Led by schoolfriends Olly Knights and Gale Paridjanian, Turin Brakes is the folk inflected indie band everyone is talking about. First formed in 1999, the band has sold an incredible 1 million records all over the world and look set to continue becoming even bigger.

They have announced an extensive tour which takes them to Salisbury Arts Centre, Cambridge Junction and Bingham Hall at Cirencester during October. Then Exeter Phoenix and The Globe at Cardiff during December 2019. In the new year they play Palace Theatre at Newark and Sage Gateshead - Sage Two in January and Newhampton Arts Centre at Wolverhampton on Saturday 1st of February 2020.

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Their debut album The Optimist LP was released in 2001. Since then they have released a further six studio albums with titles including Ether Song, JackInABox, Dark on Fire, Outbursts and We Were Here.

Last year saw the release of their latest record, titled Lost Property. Recognised as a peak moment in their output, it reveals a band that has a great deal still to offer with a fantastic future ahead.

The whole album yields a little more magic with each play.” - Q Magazine

Turin Brakes makes no attempt to fix what isn't broken, honing their melodic, acoustic-based forays into rootsy genres.” - Uncut

Fifteen years since their debut, Turin Brakes’ tangled, twisty take on acoustic rock sounds confident rather than beleaguered or battered by age.” - The Guardian

If Turin Brakes' world-view has changed little over the years, their embrace of the craft of record-making has only improved, and Lost Property is an impressive document of their skills in the recording studio.” - AllMusic

There are only limited supplies of Turin Brakes concert tickets on offer so you will need to book yours before they are all gone. Having provided excellent customer service for ten years, you know that Gigantic is the only place to book your big night out.

Artist bio

How many pundits frantically casting their runes back in 1999 for predictions for the new millennium would have foreseen that TURIN BRAKES would be releasing their seventh studio album in 2016? While many of the rest of the class of 2000 seem forever frozen into the faces in their yearbook pictures, Turin Brakes are still making their way through the century’s changing landscape and have announced a new album Lost Property and UK tour for early 2016.

Their association with now-fallen giants EMI yielded four internationally-acclaimed albums, with all the trappings of hit singles, billboard ads, and the TV transmissions that are now beaming their way endlessly into space, but the glare of the spotlight left the secret at the heart of their vision still intact and waiting to be discovered. Turin Brakes was created by Olly Knights and Gale Paridjanian, in a millennial South London bedroom, more out of a shared need to express a hidden message they’d both caught at the century’s end, than in a grab for stardom. Enlisting the membership of long-term collaborators Rob Allum and Eddie Myer, the band carries on because the message is still there, still hidden, still with something to say.

The cover artwork of their new album LOST PROPERTY out in 2016 shows an urban spaceman marooned in a deckchair as, behind the winter lawn, half-hidden shapes loom in the dark. The image is a perfect match for this collection of dispatches from the elusive side of reality that’s just a twist away from the everyday. Their sonic camera pans wider and deeper - trademark West-Coast acoustic guitar and widescreen harmony textures wrap themselves around the enigmatic explorations of normality at the heart of Olly Knight’s lyrics.

Sixteen years of touring across continents have sealed their reputation as a fearsome live act, able to hold any size crowd with the sheer chutzpah of their no-hidden-tricks raw and direct onstage presence. Turin Brakes carry on their secret life, and with a new generation of artists like Max Jury, Aquilo and Benjamin Francis Leftwich starting to beat a path to their door to collaborate, it looks like the secret is getting out.

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Turin Brakes fan reviews (8) 5.0

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Amazing . Brilliant evening

Excellent venue. Relaxed amazing performance

Posted by Foxy on 03/02/2020

Turin Brakes , Newhampton Arts Centre, Wolverhampton - 1st February 2020

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Just terrific

Fourth time I have seen the guys first time was back in 2004 ish I think, great gig great venue at the Sage what a belta

Posted anonymously on 31/01/2020

Turin Brakes, Sage Gateshead - Sage Two, Gateshead NE8 2JR - 30th January 2020

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Cardiff The Globe

Brilliant show once again never let you down with song choice and performance highly recommended you see Turin Breaks sooner than later

Posted anonymously on 08/12/2019

Turin Brakes, The Globe, Cardiff - 6th December 2019

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Acoustic Bliss

Turin Brakes were made to play acoustic gigs and this was just fabulous. I've seen them too many times to count and they're always a great night out. I attended their Kings Cross gig back in February and was chuffed to then see them add some more dates, of which I grabbed a couple. I only hope that they continue to do more. Amazing.

Posted by CactusKell on 21/10/2019

Turin Brakes, Cambridge Junction, Cambridge - 17th October 2019

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Twelfth time....

Probably the best yet. Stripped down genius

Posted by Ian T on 18/10/2019

Turin Brakes, Cambridge Junction, Cambridge - 17th October 2019

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Wonderful, uplifting and unforgetable

The third time ive seen Turin Brakes and they get better every time. They clearly enjoy their music and it was great to be there. Up there with the best of gigs ive been to over the years.

Posted by Carole on 19/03/2018

Turin Brakes, Rescue Rooms, Nottingham - 17th March 2018

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