Indian Queens return to region as part of God Is A Woman tour

East London trio Indian Queens are back in region in May for two gigs as part of a UK tour to promote their debut album.

Monday, 10th February 2020, 4:58 pm
Updated Monday, 10th February 2020, 5:00 pm
Indian Queens

The band is due release the LP God Is A Woman via Cool Thing Records in April and will headline The Craufurd Arms in Milton Keynes on Sunday, May 10, before heading to Esquires in Bedford on Saturday, May 16.

Consisting of sisters Jennifer (guitar/vocals) and Katherine (bass) O’Neil, along with Matthew Dudan-Bick on drums, the trio were born and raised in Hackney Wick and have been making music together since their school days, blending atmospheric soaring guitars and solid drumbeats.

Their latest single Bubblewrap was released last month and follows 2019’s You Came Over Late.

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Last year Indian Queens opened for Razorlight across the UK and have previously supported the likes of We Are Scientists and Amber Arcades.

In 2017, they were picked by The Cure’s Robert Smith to play at the prestigious Meltdown Festival.

Tickets for both gigs are on sale and cost £8 before fees.

For more information and to book tickets and pre-order the album, visit www.indian-queens.com