The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing hit the road in March

London-based, Victorian-themed punks, The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing hit the road from the 12th March in support of their new album ‘Double Negative’.

MON 12 MAR – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
TUE 13 MAR – Newcastle, Trillians
WED 14 MAR – Edinburgh, Bannermans
THU 15 MAR – Birmingham, Castle & Falcon
SAT 17 MAR – York, Fulford Arms
SUN 18 MAR – Milton Keynes, Craufurd Arms
MON 19 MAR – Cardiff, Globe
TUE 20 MAR – Chester, The Live Rooms
WED 21 MAR – Leicester, The Shed
THU 22 MAR – Exeter, The Cavern
FRI 23 MAR – London, The Dome
SAT 24 MAR – Southampton, Joiners
SUN 25 MAR – Bristol, The Exchange

Speaking on the tour, bassist Marc Burrows said “It’s been over a year since our last full tour, and even longer since we hit the road with new songs. We are REALLY F*****G EXCITED about giving the Double Negative tunes a proper airing and repeatedly hitting people over the head with them until every audience is a bloodied pulp on the floor. Also, living in a van for two weeks is a lot of fun, it’s like joining the circus without the systemic animal cruelty and terrifying clowns”.

‘Double Negative’ features 9 new tracks of aggressive Victorian-themed-hardcore-punk that The Men… have become renowned for. It is set for release on the 9th March 2018 through the bands own Leather Apron label.

Stream lead single ‘Supply And Demand’ here:​

‘Double Negative’ is available to pre-order on CD, cassette, vinyl and digital, all with exclusive pre-order bundles here: