RISING indie stars Milburn are taking their brand of 60s-inspired rock on tour.
The Sheffield band have embarked on a 14-date tour to promote their new single (What Will You Do) When The Money Goes, which comes out today.
The album, These Are The Facts, will follow the single into shops on September 24.
It will be the second record from Milburn – singer and bassist Joe Carnall, his guitarist brother Louis Carnall, lead guitarist Tom Rowley and drummer Joe Green.
The band spent six months crafting it at Sawmills Studios in Cornwall with producer Alan Smyth, who has worked with big names including Pulp and The Long Blondes.
The album is a record inspired by all things 60s and packed with spiky guitars and heaps of melody.
You can catch Milburn on their tour at The Cockpit in Leeds on Thursday (Sept 20), Manchester Academy on September 26 and Sheffield Leadmill on September 28.
For more information, visit www.milburnmusic.com.