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DEADLETTER have returned with their latest single, arriving in the shape of Degenerate Inanimate, following on from the success of the previous single – The Snitching Hour, which was added to BBC6 Music’s A-List, as well as last year’s debut, the Heat EP.

The single, named after a self-coined term that refers to someone who you may come across who is in no way what they say they are, arrives hot on the heels of DEADLETTER’s Glastonbury performance and allows the band to cement themselves as one of the scene’s hottest new acts. 

Speaking of Degenerate Inanimate, frontman Zac Lawrence states

Degenerate Inanimate alludes to the feeling of betrayal felt when someone close to you is revealed as dishonest to the bone. There’s a unique form of unease which arises from having your basic intelligence mocked, as they reveal their complete lack of decency.

Deadletter Tour Dates

Currently on tour, DEADLETTER play across Europe and the UK throughout this year, seeing them play to some of their biggest audiences to date. The band’s October headline tour is on-sale now, with Manchester already sold out and a second show added. Tickets are available here.*

  • 13th July – France – Saint Aubin Sur Mer
  • 14th July – Belgium – Rock Herk Festival
  • 15th July – Netherlands, Nijmegen – Valkhof festival
  • Friday 21st July – Tramlines Festival – Stage 3
  • 22nd July – Truck Festival – So Young stage SOLD OUT
  • 23rd July – Turin, Italy – Apolide Festival
  • 27th July – Spain – Tsunami Festival
  • 29th July : Kendal Calling Festival
  • 30th July – Y not festival – Derbyshire
  • 4th August – Micro Festival – Liege – Belgium
  • 5th August – AFF Festival – Genk – Belgium
  • 11th August – Denmark, Copenhagen – Frigjort Festival
  • 26th August – Loose Ends Festival – Utrecht
  • 2nd Sept – Manchester Psych Festival
  • 16th Sept – Belgium – Ostend – Leffingeleuren Festival
  • 21st Sept – Holland – Deventer – Burgerweehuis
  • 23rd Sept – Germany – Hamburg – Reeperbahn Festival
  • 25th Sept – France – Rennes – L’Ubu
  • 27th Sept – France – Bordeaux – Rock School Barber
  • 30th Sept – Portugal – Guimaraes – Sonus Art Festival
  • 2nd October – Spain – Madrid – Siroco
  • 3rd October – Spain – Barcelona – Laut
  • 5th October – Italy – Milan – Arci Bellezza
  • 6th October – Italy – Bologna – Covo Club
  • 9th October – Germany – Heidelberg – Karlstorbahnhof
  • 11th October – Netherlands – Amsterdam – Tolhuistuin
  • 13th October – Netherlands – Groningen – Vera
  • 14th October – Netherlands – Tilburg – Here’s the Thing Festival
  • 15th October – Germany – Haldern – Haldern Pop Bar
  • 16th October – Germany – Cologne – Bumann & Sohn
  • 17th October – Germany – Munster – Gleis 22
  • 18th October – Germany – Berlin – Privatclub
  • 20th October – Netherlands – Rotterdam – Left of the Dial Festival
  • 21st October – Netherlands – Rotterdam – Left of the Dial Festival
  • 22nd October – Belgium- Brussels – AB Club
  • 23rd October – France – Paris – Pop Up
  • 25th October – Bristol – Dareshack
  • 26th October – Cardiff – Clwb Ifor Bach
  • 27th October – Manchester – Yes Basement (Early Show)
  • 27th October – Manchester – Yes Basement (Late Show) SOLD OUT
  • 28th October – Leeds – The Brudenell
  • 29th October – Sheffield – Yellow Arch
  • 31st October – Nottingham – The Bodega
  • 1st November – Edinburgh – Voodoo Rooms
  • 2nd November – Glasgow – The Attic
  • 3rd November – Dublin – Workmans Cellar
  • 4th November – Belfast – Ulster Sports Club
  • 6th November – Newcastle – Cluny 2
  • 8th November – Milton Keynes – The Craufurd Arms
  • 10th November – Oxford – Jericho Tavern
  • 12th November – Brighton – Patterns
  • 14th December – London – Scala

Katie Macbeth

katie macbeth

Katie Macbeth is a freelance music journalist for Indie Is Not A Genre based out of Manchester, presenter of @drunktankthink, and post punk enthusiast.



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