Vintage Trouble are set to release a brand new single “Pelvis Pusher” on the 8th July 2013. The single is the perfect showcase of the band – driving rhythms, overlaid with the guitar work of Nalle Colt and the unique vocal style of the explosive front man Ty Taylor. The band recently performed the song live on Jay Leno’s Show in the USA. See the performance here....

The single will available digitally and on 7” vinyl.

To tie in with the bands 2013 live shows, Vintage Trouble will be digitally releasing “The Bomb Shelter Sessions (Encore Edition)”. This takes the standard album and adds exclusive tracks “Pelvis Pusher”, “Run Like The River”, “Total Strangers” (LIVE) and a video of “Pelvis Pusher”.

2011 saw Vintage Trouble explode onto the UK music scene – releasing their debut album “The Bomb Shelter Sessions” to widespread critical acclaim and touring the UK relentlessly – appearing at Hard Rock Calling, Wireless festival and supporting Bon Jovi amongst other highlights. The end of 2011 saw the band pick up the “Best New Band” award at the Classic Rock awards and vocalist Ty Taylor invited by Brian May to sing at Freddy Mercury’s 65th Birthday celebrations. 2012 saw the band continuing to build on their fearsome live reputation with multiple headline and festival appearances across the UK and Europe.

The band tour relentlessly and consistently impress with what Singer Ty Taylor calls Vintage Trouble’s “primitive soul.” He says: “It’s raw, naked and hard-hitting – 1950s Rhythm and Blues music with the balls  abandonment of late ’60s rock ‘n’ roll. We are blown away nightly by how deeply the folks throw themselves into our party ” This live connection has led to the band having a huge and active fanbase – dubbed “The Troublemakers”.

Late 2012 saw the band supporting the Who across the USA. The Who have invited them to play their UK run this June. The band will also be playing a series of headline shows, festival appearances and supporting The Rolling Stones (in July)

Full dates are below (headline shows in bold)

June  Tickets Vintage Trouble

Sat 8th Jun              The O2, Dublin, Supporting The Who

Sun 9th Jun               Whelans, Dublin £12

Mon 10th Jun           Odyssey, Belfast, Supporting The Who

Wed 12th Jun            SECC, Glasgow, supporting the Who

Thurs 13th Jun          ABC, Glasgow £16 

Sat 15th Jun            The O2, London, Supporting The Who

Sun 16th Jun            The O2, London, Supporting The Who

Mon 17th Jun The Electric Brixton, London £17.50

Tues 18th Jun Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield, Supporting The Who

Thurs 20th Jun         Metro Arena, Newcastle, Supporting The Who

Thurs 20th Jun          Northumbria University (late show) £12

Sat 22nd Jun Fibbers, York £14 

Sun 23rd Jun           Manchester Arena, Supporting The Who

Mon 24th Jun            Trinity, Bristol £12 

Tues 25th Jun Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff, Supporting The Who

Wed 26th Jun           Glee Club, Cardiff £13

Fri 28th Jun             LG Arena, Birmingham, Supporting The Who

Sat 29th Jun            Avalon Stage, Glastonbury, UK FESTIVAL

Sun 30th Jun            Echo Arena, Liverpool, Supporting The Who


Mon 8th Jul               Wembley Arena, London, Supporting The Who

Sat 13th Jul              Hyde Park, London. Main stage supporting the Rolling Stones

Tickets for headline shows are priced as listed (subject to booking fee) available from sites listed and also local box offices.