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Synth-punk band Surferosa tour UK

Here's your chance to catch a hip and musically deft pop act before they hit the big-time. Their highly anticipated debut album Shanghai My Heart is released on 12 April.

01/04/2004 :: Shanghai My Heart includes the forthcoming single Lucky Lipstick released 29 March plus the title track of their sell-out critically acclaimed limited edition EP Neon Commando.

Surferosa's debut album is produced by Lars-Erik Westbury and is mixed in Sweden by Stefan Boman who has worked with quality bands such as Kent, Sahara Hotnights and Hellacopters.

They are not to be missed live so check them out when they play the following live dates in the UK in March and April:


Tour dates:

MARCH
Wed 24th  BRIGHTON - Gloucester
Thurs 25th  LINCOLN - University SU
Fri 26th   NOTTINGHAM - Junction 7,
Sat 27th  MIDDLESBOROUGH - Empire
Sun 28th  BIRMINGHAM - Academy
Mon 29th   OXFORD - Zodiac 
Tues 30th  LONDON - Whiteheat @ Infinity
Wed 31th. LEEDS – Joseph Wells

APRIL
Thurs 1st  BATH - Moles – Club Purr
Fri 2nd   LIVERPOOL - University SU
Sat 3rd   COVENTRY - Coliseum
Sun 4th  GLASGOW - King Tuts
Mon 5th  NORTHAMPTON - Soundhaus
Tue 6th  LONDON - Metro


What the critics say:

"…edgy art-rock, an act primed for success…" KERRANG!

"…a frankly irresistible mix of first-album Blondie, B52’s, Sioxsie, Kim Wilde and Duran Duran…Neon Commando EP is a pop treasure chest…" SUNDAY TIMES CULTURE

"…Surferosa are nothing short of fantastic…nothing on this earth can prepare you for the phenomenon that is singer Mariann…..strutting around in purple heels, she doesn’t think she’s headlining Wembley she really believes it – Surferosa are this year’s must-see" ROCK SOUND

"…a strong synth punk debut – a name to watch" MUSIC WEEK

"…if you need a good dose of glamour catch Surferosa before they hit the big time….their synth-punk is a breath of fresh air…" THE TICKET, MIRROR

"…Mariann is a punk goddess…their sound is vibrant and tuneful, they have humour, energy and are a real treat live – what more can you want from rock n roll in these days of sqeaky clean pop clones…" WHATS ON IN LONDON

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