News: Millie Manders And The Shutup Announce Toot Sweet Tour And GoFundMe Campaign

Having previously announced they will support Less Than Jake on their forthcoming UK and Ireland tour in March and April alongside Skinny Lister and The Toasters, Millie Manders And The Shutup have now announced their Toot Sweet Tour for June this year as follows:


Wed 01 Newport Le Pub
Thu 02 Weston-Super-Mare Brit Bar
Fri 03 Derbyshire Under The Castle
Sat 04 Morecambe Nice N Sleazy
Sun 05 Argyle Punk On The Peninsula
Tue 07 St Albans The Horn
Wed 08 Brighton Brunswick
Thu 09 Reading Face Bar
Fri 10 London Dublin Castle TBC
Sat 11 Salisbury Winchester Gate
Sun 12 Abbotsham The Big Sheep
Wed 15 Northwich Salty Dog
Thu 16 Stafford Redrum
Fri 17 Nottingham Old Cold Store
Sat 18 Leeds Key Club
Sun 19 Blackpool The Waterloo

The band have also announced a new range of merchandise and a GoFundMe campaign to help raise
funds for a new van so they can get to all the gigs they have lined up. Faff, their previous van, recently
gave up the ghost after a long period of loyal service, as Millie explains:

“Faff ferried us for six years. We went around the UK multiple times and over to the EU, clocking up
thousands of miles. It was broken; it beeped every time we locked it; it was draughty; and it was home.
Faff started making some strange wheezy noises on 4 February just outside Ealing, rolled off the
motorway, stopped and we couldn’t revive it. The teeth on the drive shaft completely sheared off and
ruined not only the gearbox but also the clutch. Faff was a wonderful little can of quirks and we will
miss it. RIP Faff.”


TELLING TRUTHS, BREAKING TIES is available on CD and vinyl formats from
alongside a range of limited-edition clothing and artwork that raises funds for NHS Charities Together,
The Survivors Trust (the umbrella charity for survivors of rape and sexual abuse) and the mental health
charities Mind and Papyrus.
Find out more via the bands Website or Facebook or Bandcamp

Check out the bands track ‘Your Story’, below:

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