Dub Pistols annouce UK tour.

Fresh from rocking pretty much every major UK festival this summer and several international ones too, the Dub Pistols are embarking on another UK tour this autumn.

The ReHash tour precedes the release of a new same-name mix album from the Dubs, in which a number of high-profile remixers tackle classic Dub Pistols tracks from their last three albums. Ex-Leftfield man Paul Daley has re-made the second album’s title track, lilting stone cold classic ‘Six Million Ways To Live’, into a new wave electroid roller. Other remixers on the project include Matthew ‘Bushwacka’ B, one half of the acclaimed Layo & Bushwacka duo, and Wrong Tom, who has just released an album of dubwise reworkings of Roots Manuva’s back catalogue, as well as underground DJ/producer hotshots such as Ben & Lex and Kouncil House.

The Dub Pistols have become perennial festival favourites over the past few years – and this year was no exception. They thrilled crowds with their exhilarating ska/dub/punk full live show at Glastonbury, Bestival, Rockness, Beat Herder, Boomtown, Lounge On The Farm, Blissfields, Dour and Kendal Calling festivals, while also playing live in Dubai, Singapore, Poland, Italy, the Czech Republic, Hungary, France, Switzerland, Portugal, Rumania, Ukraine, Germany, Ireland and Austria. And that’s not to mention the scores of Dub Pistols Soundsystem shows over the past 12 months, with main man Barry Ashworth on the decks and MC SirReal on the mic.

Vocalists Barry and SirReal are joined onstage by guitarist Jean-Claude King, aka Johnny Rockstar; Tom Bone on brass; plus bass, drums and guest appearances from Lindy Layton (Beats International) and Ashley Slater (Freak Power). The live tour this autumn will see the Dub Pistols bandwagon roll into Brighton, Guildford, Bristol, Cardiff and then a slew of other destinations, creating their own unique brand of musical carnage wherever they lay their trilby hats.

Tour Dates:

October 2nd Audio, Brighton
October 8th The Boiler Room, Guildford
October 14th Metropolis, Bristol 
October 15th The Globe, Cardiff
October 16th Princess Pavilions, Falmouth 
October 28th Plan B, London
October 29th Quarterhouse, Folkestone
November 4th Ride Café, Plymouth
November 6th Soul Cellar, Southampton

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Re Hash is out mid-November on Sunday Best.