WE ARE THE PHYSICS announce new tour dates in support of new album YOUR FRIEND, THE ATOM

We Are The Physics have announced details of a string of live dates to support the release of new album, Your Friend, The Atom on 22nd October.


The band will headline The Old Blue Last on 22nd September as part of DIY’s 10th Birthday celebrations, before taking on four dates in October – including the Carefully Planned festival in Manchester.

Date schedule:
22 September London The Old Blue Last – DIY’s 10th Birthday Party (FREE ENTRY)
18 October Kingston McClusky’s – New Slang
19 October Aberdare Elliot’s Bar
20 October Brighton Prince Albert
21 October Manchester Carefully Planned Festival

Your Friend, The Atom is the follow-up to the Glasgow sci-fi new wave punks’ 2008 debut, We Are The Physics Are OK At Music.

The record both previous singles – the eponymous paean to Croatian tennis star Goran Ivanisevic, and frantic shoutfest Applied Robotics – as well as live favourite and future single Napoleon Loves Josephine. The disco-punk stormer Dildonics and code-quoting Circuit Babies have been live staples for some time, while There Is No Cure For The Common Cold So Don’t Expect A Cure For Cancer takes their stop-start jerk-pop to darker new levels with explosive curve-ball Olivia Neutron Bomb rounding off proceedings.

We Are The Physics formed in Glasgow in 2005, taking influences from bands such as Devo, Ex Models, Cardiacs, The Skids, Servotron, Brainiac and Buddy Holly.

Watch the videos for Applied Robotics  and Goran Ivanisevic below:

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