Following on from the April release of their new album ‘The World’s Best American Band’ on Polyvinyl Records, Louisville indie/garage band White Reaper have announced a short run of EU/UK tour dates for this October. The band will be playing the following dates:

23-Oct-17 / UK / Brighton – The Prince Albert

24-Oct-17 / UK / London – Sebright Arms

25-Oct-17 / UK / London – Old Blue Last

29-Oct-17 / Germany / Hamburg – Nochtwach

30-Oct-17 / Germany / Berlin – Musik & Frieden

31-Oct-17 / Germany / Cologne – MTC

More dates TBA

A video for the latest track “The World’s Best American Band” has just emerged too. One of the album’s centrepieces, the Simon Young-animated video for the title track premiered recently with Funny or Die.

Make sure to come out and see why people are singing the praises about this band, like when NPR caught them at this year’s SXSW… “White Reaper’s latest single is called ‘The World’s Best American Band,’ which might seem a little hyperbolic until you’ve seen it live.”

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