After a sold-out UK tour in May which included headlining Brixton Electric, the rise of RAT BOY continues with the confirmation of his largest headline tour to date kicking off on September 16th in Sheffield and includes a date at London’s 02 Forum, Kentish Town on September 22nd.
“The cheeky and punk rock project of 19 year old Essex newcomer Jordan Cardy delivers upon his growing buzz.” – THE FADER
“Rat Boy is the next in the lineage of Ian Dury and Mike Skinner.” – Noisey
Building a reputation as a riotous live performer (an NME Gig of the Week review stated “Essex indie rapper Jordan Cardy destroys the kitchen at a chaotic house party gig” and his performance at Heaven received a 4* live review from The Times), every single RAT BOY headline gig has been sold-out.
“One of the UK’s most exciting new acts.” – DIY
“A potent mix of Blur’s cockney knees-up side, the urgency of The Libertines and Beastie Boys’ in-yer-face raps.” – NME
It’s been a busy year for RAT BOY so far, featured on the BBC Sound of 2016 longlist, the MTV Brand New for 2016 shortlist, nominated for Best New Artist at the NME Awards, and played his own biggest headline tour, he’s also preparing to introduce himself to his biggest audiences so far when he plays festivals across the UK and Europe this Summer, including Glastonbury, Latitude, Reading and Leeds.
And the Essex lad will be heading to Cambridge Junction on the 27th September.
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The full list of live dates are:
16th September – Sheffield, The Leadmill
17th September – Manchester, Albert Hall
18th September – Newcastle, University
19th September – Glasgow, Barrowland Ballroom
22nd September – London, O2 Forum Kentish Town
23rd September – Oxford, O2 Academy 1
24th September – Birmingham, O2 Institute
26th September – Portsmouth, The Wedgewood Rooms
27th September – Cambridge, Junction
28th September – Bristol, Anson Rooms
Tickets are on sale now and are priced at £13 regionally (£15 for London).