Part Chimp Iv album cover

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Tour poster Sept/Oct 2018

Rough Trade East in-store on Tuesday, 18th April 2017

We’re playing in-store at Rough Trade East (Old Truman Brewery, E1 6QL) on Tuesday 18th April.

From Rough Trade’s site –

“Part Chimp will be Live in-store at Rough Trade East to perform tracks from their new album ‘iv’, released 14th April on Rock Action.

6.30pm Doors // 7.00pm On-stage // 7.45pm Signing // 9.00pm close.”

More info here – https://www.roughtrade.com/events/part-chimp-live-signing

Tour poster

Part Chimp Tour poster

Part Chimp Playlisted on 6Music w/c 13th Feb

Thanks to Tom Ravenscroft, BBC Radio 6Music has been playing ‘Namekuji’ every day this last week.

Tom added us to 6Music’s playlist this week as his “6MUSIC RECOMMENDS TRACK”.  Much appreciated – thanks Tom.

update 27-09-2016

We’ve been in the studio, working on a new record. Should be done in time for release around Spring 2017.

We’ll be touring during 2017, and we’re now represented by the Julie Tippex booking agency – get in touch with them if you want to book us for shows.

We’re playing a couple of shows later this year:

November 7th – w/ Cass McCombs Band @ Scala, London. More info & tickets here & on facebook
November 24th – Espace B, Paris w/ Hey Colossus. More info on facebook
November 25th – La Malterie, Lille w/ Hey Colossus. More info on facebook
November 26th – Magasin 4, Brussels w/ Hey Colossus. More info here & on facebook.

update 23-01-15

Though we had initially said yes to some shows with the fine Torche folks in the UK, we’re not all going to be available at the time and we’ve unfortunately had to cancel. We’ll be replaced by at these shows by ‘Sex Swing’ (featuring Tim and members of Mugstar and Dethscalator).

Thanks to everyone that came along to see us and those marvellously truculent Hey Colossus folks at our recent shows, and to Henry Blacker and Taman Shud and everyone that came along to our show at The Lexington. Some photos taken by Rupert Boddington can be seen here on Flickr

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