INDIE pop group Scouting For Girls is hitting the road next year for their longest-ever tour and will be calling in at Warrington’s Parr Hall.
The announcement coincides with the release of the band’s brand new studio album, Easy Cover, which takes the listener back to the music and culture of the 1980s.
Created in lockdown, Easy Cover is a blast from the past like no other, giving iconic 80s classics from the likes of Cyndi Lauper, Whitney Houston, Phil Collins, and more an exciting new twist.
Performing singles from the new album, in addition to all-time favourites such as Heartbeat, Elvis Ain’t Dead, This Ain’t a Love Song, and more, the tour promises to be one huge Scouting For Girls party.
Frontman Roy Stride said: “Touring is our very favourite aspect of being in this band and to go out longer and harder than ever is a dream come true.
“We’re going to put 2020 behind us and put two years’ of pent-up energy into every night of this tour – we can’t wait to give people the most fun night out of 2021!”.
Scouting For Girls will bring their show to Warrington’s Parr Hall on Saturday October 2 next year 2021.
Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday December 4 at parrhall.culturewarrington.org