You might not recall, but I first wrote about Saturday's Kids on here back in March. I pretty much said they were great, told you to check out their 5-track demo EP and urged you to see them live.
Luckily for you, the four-piece post-punk band from Abergavenny, South Wales, are back on a tour of the UK, this time with friends Wooderson, heading to the northern heights of Leeds, the southern depths of Plymouth, and lots of places in between. They put on a really good live show, and you can check their tour dates in full on their MySpace, or on the funky little poster above (though it is missing a few gigs, I think). They will be making some groovy noises and some scary noises and some noisy noises in pubs, basements, and houses all over the UK.
Excitingly, the band also have a new release - a three-track 7" with homemade sleeve - which will be available in the not too distant future. It hears the band leaning towards directions that they have no previously leaned, and it's a really good release, with hints of Sonic Youth and Nirvana.
If you, per chance, own an independent record label in the UK (or the world, actually), or maybe a record store, or just feel like helping out with the release in any way, Saturday's Kids would be more than happy for you to get in touch. Either contact them on their MySpace, or email me (email address top right) and I will pass it onto them. I'm sure they'd be delighted to hear from you.