Following the highly acclaimed and successful first instalment earlier this year, CAPTAIN ACCIDENT is happy to announce the BAD PRESS ALBUM TOUR – PART 2 for the autumn. The tour comes in support of his fourth album, which generated a multitude of hugely positive reviews and is available now on CD and via iTunes, Spotify, Deezer and all other major digital outlets.
Watch videos to the two singles from the album here:
PLAYING FIELD: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZkJcTRtn8tw
BAD PRESS follows three previous albums – Pick Up the Microphone (2010) Slippin’ Up (2013) and Wake & Break (2016) – each of which earned attention and acclaim from national press and BBC Radio 1Xtra and cultivated legions of fans within the vibrant reggae, ska and festival scenes, drawn by an intelligent approach to song writing and the Captain’s heartfelt and captivating lyrics.
Tickets from: https://www.captainaccident.com/
CAPTAIN ACCIDENT has been creating a unique blend of roots reggae, ska and rocksteady for several years at his studio in Cardiff, which is then transformed to the live stage with the help of exceptional musicians. Through numerous festival appearances – including Glastonbury, Bestival, Wilderness, Boomtown and the Secret Garden Party – and extensive touring of the UK and Europe, the live show has become one of the most thrilling and infectious on the circuit. The band’s live history has seen them experience many momentous and notable occasions, including being handpicked by the legendary Toots & The Maytals to support on a run of UK dates in 2016 and impressing the reggae masters to such an extent that they were invited to perform as full tour support in 2017 and 2018, playing such eminent venues as London Barbican Theatre, Manchester Academy and Brighton Dome.
Already this year they have supported Steel Pulse at London Kentish Town Forum and performed at Europe’s most prestigious summer reggae festival, Rototom Sunsplash in Spain, and have previously shared stages with many of the most recognisable names in reggae and ska including Suggs – who invited himself onstage to sing with the band – Neville Staple, The Skints, Less Than Jake, The Toasters, Aswad, Fishbone, Alborosie and The Skatalites.