Scouting For Girls announce Roadmender return

The band will headline the Northampton venue next November as part of a 45-date UK tour

By David Jackson
Friday, 27th November 2020, 9:31 am
Updated Friday, 27th November 2020, 9:33 am
Scouting For Girls will headline the Roadmender next year.
Scouting For Girls will headline the Roadmender next year.

Pop rockers Scouting For Girls will return to Northampton next year to headline the Roadmender.

The band, who today announced details of their new album Easy Cover, will play in November next year – with tickets on sale at the start of December.

Scouting For Girls are singer and guitarist Roy Stride, bassist Greg Churchouse and drummer Peter Ellard.

Easy Cover will be released in March and feature new Scouting For Girls songs and eight covers of their favourite songs from the 1980s.

The band released their multi-platinum self-titled debut in 2007 which was followed by Everybody Wants To Be On TV in 2010.

Scouting For Girls are best known for hits including She’s So Lovely, Elvis Ain’t Dead and This Ain’t A Love Song.

During their career, they have sold more than 1.5 million albums, two million singles, had four BRIT Award nominations and sold out Wembley Arena.

There will be a ticket pre-sale on Wednesday, December 2, at 9am before general sale on Friday, December 4, at 9am.

Scouting For Girls headline the Northampton venue on Wednesday, November 10, 2021.

Support is to be announced. Tickets cost £25 in advance before fees.