Molotov Jukebox

After a summer of festival appearances, Molotov Jukebox are returning to the UK touring circuit for an exclusive six date tour showcasing their forthcoming second album ‘Tropical Gypsy’. The London based six piece will be stopping off in Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow, Brighton, Bristol and London across November and December and will be joined by special guests The Church, who will guarantee to start each event off on the right foot with their all singing, all dancing, party church service.In between show stopping performances at this years Glastonbury, WOMAD, Nozstock and Larmer Tree festivals, Molotov Jukebox have been busy crafting their second album and, after the fantastic response to the first single ‘Hi Life Crisis’, its already easy to see that the LP will be well received amongst fans and press alike. With the spellbinding Natalia Tena on lead vocals and accordion, Molotov Jukebox have grown a faithful following across the globe with their unique take on the Balkan and Gypsy sound, which has been at the forefront of the party and festival scene for many years.You can personally help make Tropical Gypsy a success by taking part in Molotov Jukebox’s Pledge campaign via www.pledgemusic.com/projects/tropicalgypsy. Head there now for exclusive content, to see how you can get involved and the featured items available for pledge.
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