DRY CLEANING: new shows

Dry Cleaning

Announce New UK Headline Shows + Sleaford Mods Support

Debut Album New Long Leg Out Now

After making a triumphant return to the stage this summer, today south London quartet Dry Cleaning announce details of new UK shows for later this year.

The band will round out 2021 with two headline shows in Hebden Bridge (Trades Club, 1 December) and Norwich (Arts Centre, 2 December) and as the main support for Sleaford Mods at their upcoming Nottingham, Cardiff and Brighton shows.

Tickets for Hebden Bridge and Norwich go on general sale this Friday, 24 September at 10am BST.

For further information head to drycleaning.plctrmm.to/live.

27 November – NOTTINGHAM, GB, Nottingham Arena (w/ Sleaford Mods)
30 November – CARDIFF, GB, Tramshed (w/ Sleaford Mods)
1 December – HEBDEN BRIDGE, GB, Trades Club
2 December – NORWICH, GB, Arts Centre
3 December – BRIGHTON, GB, Brighton Dome (w/ Sleaford Mods)

Born from the combined creative talents of Nick Buxton (drums), Tom Dowse (guitar), Lewis Maynard (bass) and Florence Shaw (vocals), Dry Cleaning’s debut album New Long Leg was released in April 2020 to universal acclaim.

Produced by John Parish at Rockfield Studios, it features the singles ‘Scratchcard Lanyard’‘Strong Feelings’ and ‘Unsmart Lady’.

Intertwining Shaw’s spoken vocals tightly with the band’s restless instrumentals they extract the meaning from the most trivial things; little witty asides about supermarkets, cupboards, beauty products and body parts add up to sonic landscapes that teem with the strange magic of ordinary life.

Earlier this summer, Dry Cleaning followed the success of New Long Leg with one-off double A-side single ‘Bug Eggs’ / ‘Tony Speaks!’.

Listen to both digitally here.

Dry Cleaning Worldwide Tour Dates


Wed 10 November – LOS ANGELES, CA, Teragram
Thu 11 November – SAN FRANCISCO, CA, Chapel
Sat 13 November – PORTLAND, OR, Vitalidad
Sun 14 November – SEATTLE, WA, Crocodile
Wed 17 November – CHICAGO, IL, Empty Bottle
Sat 20 November – BROOKLYN, NY, Market Hotel
Sat 27 November – NOTTINGHAM, GB, Nottingham Arena (w/ Sleaford Mods)
Tue 30 November – CARDIFF, GB, Tramshed (w/ Sleaford Mods)
Wed 1 December – HEBDEN BRIDGE, GB, Trades Club
Thu 2 December – NORWICH, GB, Arts Centre
Fri 3 December – BRIGHTON, GB, Brighton Dome (w/ Sleaford Mods)


Wed 19 January – PARIS, FR, La Maroquinerie *
Thu 20 January – LYON, FR, Le Périscope *
Fri 21 January – MILAN, IT, Circolo Magnolia *
Sat 22 January – BOLOGNA, IT, Covo Club *
Mon 24 January – VIENNA, AT, Chelsea *
Tue 25 January – PRAGUE, CZ, Futurum *
Wed 26 January – BERLIN, DE, Zukunft am Ostkreuz *
Fri 28 January – COPENHAGEN, DK, Loppen *
Sat 29 January – HAMBURG, DE, Molotow *
Mon 31 January – NIJMEGEN, NL, Doornroosje *
Tue 1 February – BRUSSELS, BE, Orangerie, Botanique *
Wed 2 February – AMSTERDAM, NL, Paradiso Noord *
Fri 4 February – ROTTERDAM, NL, Rotown *
Sat 5 February – TOURCOING (LILLE), FR, Le Grand Mix *
Mon 14 February – LIVERPOOL, GB, Arts Club Theatre %
Tue 15 February – DUBLIN, IE, The Button Factory SOLD OUT
Wed 16 February – BELFAST, GB, Empire Music Hall %
Fri 18 February – EDINBURGH, GB, Summerhall SOLD OUT
Sat 19 February – GLASGOW, GB, Queen Margaret Union VENUE UPGRADE
Sun 20 February – LEEDS, GB, Brudenell Social Club SOLD OUT
Tue 22 February – BIRMINGHAM, GB, The Mill %
Wed 23 February – BRISTOL, GB, SWX %
Fri 25 February – MANCHESTER, GB, Academy 2 %
Sat 26 February – SHEFFIELD, GB, Leadmill %
Sun 27 February – NOTTINGHAM, GB, Rescue Rooms %
Tue 1 March – PORTSMOUTH, GB, Wedgewood Rooms %
Wed 2 March – BRIGHTON, GB, Concorde 2 %
Thu 3 March – LONDON, GB, O2 Forum Kentish Town %
with support from Maria Somerville
% with support from PVA