Primal Scream celebrate return

Primal Scream

Primal Scream

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Returning to the world of touring after being forced to take the summer off, Primal Scream will be making an appearance at The Pyramids Centre next week.

Following the release of their new single Feeling Like A Demon Again, the band announced 18 tour dates across the UK and Ireland.

Formed back in 1982, the Glaswegian band has evolved from an indie pop group to a more psychedelic sound - now they’ve added a house element to their music, which was positively received by fans.

The band were sadly forced to cancel a host of summer dates due to lead singer Bobby Gillespie’s accident, but have now gone back to doing what they do best.

Feeling Like A Demon Again is from their critically-acclaimed 11th studio album, titled Chaosmosis, which was jointly written and produced by Bobby Gillespie, guitarist Andrew Innes and Bjorn Yttling.

Tickets will cost £29.25 and under-14s must be accompanied by someone 18 or older .

To book, visit pyramids-live.co.uk

Pyramids Centre, Portsmouth

Tuesday, December 13

pyramids-live.co.uk

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