News: The Spook School announce tour dates with PWR BTTM

Promo image of The Spook School band sitting in front of a fountain

With the news that they’re heading out on a European tour with PWR BTTM in December, The Spook School share a video that’s all about getting home.

The Edinburgh quartet – of Anna Cory (bass and vocals), Adam Todd (guitar and vocals), Nye Todd (guitar and vocals) and Niall McCamley (drums) – have followed up the release of their critically acclaimed second album ‘Try To Be Hopeful’, as well as two songs on the ‘Continental Drift’ EP, with new tour dates (full details below).

In honour of this announcement, they’re sharing the video for ‘Gone Home’ – one of the tracks that appears on the Slumberland Records and Fortuna POP! curated ‘Continental Drift’ EP, which also features music from Tigercats, Mercury Girls and Wildhoney.

The song itself is full of their usual fizz and optimism, with the perfect blend of jangling guitars and dreamy sugar-sweet vocals. The video (watch it below) features all the band members in a death race through the countryside overlooking the city to make it back to suburbia. I won’t spoil it by revealing the winner, but some of the band members meet grisly ends along the way  – including one unusual death involving plectrums.

The Spook School are growing up and embracing their identities through their exhilarating indie-pop anthems, but this video proves that they still take their fun seriously.


The Spook School’s tour dates

29th October – DIY Space for London, Slayerfest (Buffy the Vampire Slayer themed festival), London
12th November – The Blue Moon, Cambridge Indie-Pop Alldayer, Cambridge SOLD OUT

3rd December – West Hill Hall, Brighton SOLD OUT
4th December – Brudenell Games Room, Leeds
5th December – The Hug and Pint, Glasgow
6th December – Shacklewell Arms, London SOLD OUT
7th December – Skull Factory, Amsterdam
8th December – Blue Shell, Cologne
9th December – Lido, Berlin
10th December – Molotow, Hamburg

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