THE NOISETTES Tickets
Noisettes tickets will be available from Aloud.com from 9am on Friday August 17th.
Noisettes aka Dan Smith and Shingai Shoniwa have announced details of their 2012 UK regional tour.
With a career that has stretched over seven years, their fizzy, mixture of all kinds of pop, given their own exotic twist, has brought them hits including 'Never Forget You' and 'Don't Upset the Rhythm' and they've also become crowd favourites at the likes of Glastonbury and the V Festival.
Two years since their last nationwide tour, Noisettes have returned in style in 2012.
Shoniwa can often be seen charging in to the audience playing guitar and singing clinging to a ladder suspended from the ceiling, a nod to the circus skills she learnt in her teens.
"We always go that extra mile to give the crowd a night they'll never forget," she says.
Of this November tour, Shingai says "We're really excited because we've done so many huge shows in the last year and played to huge numbers of fans. What we really wanted to do, was to go back to some of the more intimate venues that we love, that we played at the beginning of our career. Favorite venues where people can see you from head to toe and see all the cables sticking out of the amps. Where people can really hear all of the dynamics."
Noisettes been friends for over a decade after meeting at the BRIT school. Dan says "Me and Shingai are a great double act in the studio whether we are writing on our own or with other people. The trousers (metaphorically of course) are on a rota. Sometimes I wear them and sometimes she does and occasionally we get a leg each but mostly each of us knows when we are supposed to lead or follow and it could be at any time that we need to switch roles."
2012 has been a monumental year for Noisettes. Having already performed at The Diamond Jubilee Festival in Battersea Park in June, the band were also part of BT River of Music, a curtain-raiser for the Olympic Games, headlined Blissfields festival and performed at BT London Live in Hyde Park earlier this month.