Declan Welsh & The Decadent West set for Liverpool Phase One date on UK tour

Neelam Khan Vela
GLASWEGIANS Declan Welsh & The Decadent West will bring their politically-charged indie punk to Liverpool this autumn.

The foursome will hit the road just a week after releasing debut album 'Cheaply Bought, Expensively Sold' on October 18 courtesy of Modern Sky UK.

Kicking off on October 31, the lads will visit Newcastle's Think Tank first before making their seventh stop on November 9 at Liverpool's Phase One.

Other nearby dates include Leeds' Lending Room on November 10 and Jimmy's, Manchester on November 11.

Made up of front-man Declan Welsh, Duncan McBride, Ben Corlett and Murray Noble, the band create an unforgiving, hard-hitting tracklisting.

Combining a deviant rock with his strongly held beliefs, songwriter and poet Declan has attracted fans from across the globe who are wanting more from their music - someone who speaks on their level.

The quartet have teased fans by releasing recent single 'No Fun' in the lead up to the new 12-track album.

It's a sly dig at at scenester culture which is found lingering everywhere in the UK's underbelly.

Declan's sharp wit and dry humour runs through the veins of this track - a common feature sure to be noted in their highly anticipated debut.

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