YoungHusband Tour Dates

London based, YoungHusband, initially existed as a bedroom recording project by Euan who put out an early single and two EPs on small UK label Culturedeluxe. Shortly after this a band was formed to play the songs live. Overtime the band started writing together and embraced a heavier psych filled sound, moving away from the lo-fi acoustic orientated sound of the bedroom output.

They released their first single in June 2011 with the UK label Too Pure, followed by the EP 'Crystal' released in November 2011 by Sonic Cathedral.

In interviews the band have cited influenced including Stereolab, The Birthday Party, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Yo La Tengo, Beach Boy's, The Ronnettes, Broadcast, Wire and The Cocteau Twin's.

YoungHusband tour dates listed on since Nov 2007.

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Past Events

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  • YoungHusband
    Manchester, Soup Kitchen
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    London, New River Studios
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    London, The Victoria (Dalston)
  • The Fiction Aisle YoungHusband, Rose Elinor Dougall, Alex White
    Brighton, The Hope & Ruin
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    London, The Montague Arms
  • H. Hawkline YoungHusband
    Manchester, Soup Kitchen
  • End Of The Road Festival 2016 The Shins, Teleman, Baywaves, John Johanna, Animal Collective…
    Salisbury, Larmer Tree Gardens
  • Port Eliot Festival Kim Gordon, Erol Alkan, NZCA Lines, Bo Ningen, Andrew Weatherall…
    St Germans, Port Eliot Festival
  • Primavera Sound Festival 2016 Radiohead, LCD Soundsystem, PJ Harvey, Tame Impala, The Last Shadow Puppets…
    Barcelona, Parc Del Forum
  • Wales Goes Pop! Girls Names, The Loves, Pete Astor, Chorusgirl, Witching Waves…
    Cardiff, The Gate Arts and Community Centre