THE TREATMENT - NOTHING TO LOSE BUT OUR… PASSPORTS!
UK ROCKERS CONFIRM FINAL UK HEADLINE SHOW BEFORE LEAVING TO JOIN KISS & MOTLEY CRUE ON BIGGEST US ROCK TOUR OF THE SUMMER...
Venue: Craufurd Arms
Address: Wolverton, Milton Keynes, MK12 5LT
Date: 17th July
“This show in Milton Keynes will be the last time we play on UK soil for what could be three months, depending how long the US tour runs for. So it goes without saying that we are going to make it a special night.” – Matt Jones, The Treatment.
THE TREATMENT, the Cambridge five-piece who recently completed a full European tour with Steel Panther, will play a final UK headline show before leaving for the US to join Kiss & Motley Crue on the hottest US rock tour of 2012.
The show will take place at the Craufurd Arms in Milton Keynes on July 17th, and will follow in the wake of a number of European dates, including major festivals (i.e. Download in the UK), guest spots with Kyuss Lives!, plus headline outings in Holland, Switzerland & Germany…
“This show in Milton Keynes will be the last time we play on UK soil for what could be three months, depending how long the US tour runs for. So it goes without saying that we are going to make it a special night. And of course it’s only a temporary farewell because we will be back on the road in the UK with Thin Lizzy in November” – Matt Jones, The Treatment.
The Thin Lizzy UK dates are as follows, with The Treatment guesting on all shows:-
November 29th – Bournemouth – o2 Academy
November 30th – Southend – Cliff’s Pavilion
December 1st – Exeter– University Great Hall
December 3rd – Norwich – UEA LCR
December 4th – Bristol – Colston Hall
December 5th – Middlesbrough – Empire
December 7th – Liverpool – o2 Academy
December 8th – Edinburgh – HMV Picture House
December 9th – Nottingham – Rock City
In addition, The Treatment now have their latest single / video on release – a re-recorded version of ‘Nothing To Lose But Our Minds’, the original of which can be found on the band’s debut ‘This Might Hurt’ album, released through Spinefarm Records in September 2011. The B-side of the single is a newly recorded cover of the Electric Light Orchestra’s ‘Evil Woman’, which can be found in physical form on the ‘Then & Again’ covers EP, now exclusively available from www.whatrecords.co.uk