GLASWEGIAN art punks Catholic Action are set to return to Oxford to promote their debut album.
The band will perform at The Cellar on Wednesday, as part of a 14-date UK tour.
Playing tunes from their latest record In Memory Of, frontman Chris McCrory said: “In Memory Of has been a long time coming for us, and it wouldn’t have happened were it not for you.
“It’s a record we’re incredibly proud of and we hope you are too.
“So, we’re thrilled to be heading out on a headline tour of the UK to perform tracks from In Memory Of and more for the people that made it happen. Thank you! And see you in February.”
The brainchild of former Casual Sex member Chris McRory, the band has already picked big support from the BBC’s Huw Stephens.
Following the release of their acclaimed debut album In Memory Of, Catholic Action toured with alternative rock trio Kagoule last November, which included a stop at the iconic 100 Club.
The band have also just been confirmed for SXSW in 2018 alongside other British rising stars including The Magic Gang, Nadia Rose and Shame.
Catholic Action formed in 2014 by McCrory alongside Jamie Dubber on bass and Ryan Clark on drums and Andrew Macpherson as lead guitarist.
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