Pure Love announce ‘Final’ shows ahead of ‘Indefinite Hiatus’

Pure Love are set to go on ‘Indefinite Hiatus’  after a ‘Final‘ run of shows across the UK.

The two main protagonists Frank Carter and Jim Carroll who started the project in only 2011 are going to take a break after  a difficult last year. After being slated by NME Magazine the band persevered and garnered a wide fan base with a collection of Indie Rock anthems and a wild live show. The guys were gearing up towards writing a new album but that has obviously been shelved.

If you’re looking for a great night with loud rock music and an energetic live show then you can catch the band at any of these dates and give them a terrific send off.

April

30th – Lincoln – The Engine Shed

May

1st – Kingston – New Slang

2nd – Tunbridge Wells – Forum

3rd – Bristol – The Fleece

4th – Gloucester – Guildhall

6th – Liverpool – East Village Arts Centre

7th – Newcastle – O2 Academy2

8th – Glasgow – King Tuts

9th – Sheffield – Leadmill

10th – Manchester – Sound Control

11th – Birmingham – O2 Academy2

13th – Brighton – Green Door Store

14th – Southampton – Joiners

15th – Chester – Compass

16th – London – Underworld