Following the announcement of their debut album A Dream Outside – slated for a June 15th Release through Transgressive Records – North London’s Gengahr are set to head out on the road this October for their first full headline tour, including the band’s biggest hometown show to date at London’s Scala.

With Gengahr set to join indie stalwarts The Maccabees on their run of intimate dates in the coming weeks, the band’s Autumn tour comes after the release of their debut album in June and will follow what is sure to be a momentous summer for the four-piece.

Recorded and co-produced with James Bragg at Middle Farm Studios – the band are set to follow ‘She’s a Witch’ with new single ‘Heroine’; saccharine pop hooks that knit together the band’s woozier tendencies, marking the track out as one of the tauter moments on A Dream Outside. Led by its bounding bassline, it’s earworms galore from the off, and as it descends into the murkier depths of guitarist John Victor’s solo thrashing, things take a turn for the gigantic.

With the band cutting their teeth on the road supporting the likes of Jungle, Alt-J and Wolf Alice, as well as sharing their smoky, spellbinding music to audiences at Glastonbury, Latitude and MIDI over the past year, 2015 will mark the release of their anticipated debut album.

Pre-sale tickets for their October tour will available here from 9am Wednesday 6th May, with general sale starting on Friday the 8th.

A Dream Outside will be released on June 15th on Transgressive Records, Limited album and ticket bundles will be available from and the band own online store.

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Gengahr live dates:

* w/ The Maccabees
† w/ The Strokes

11th May – Birmingham Institute *
12th May – Glasgow O2 ABC *
13th May – Manchester Ritz *
14th May – London Coronet *
15th May – The Great Escape
16th May – The Great Escape
23rd May – Liverpool Sound City
24th May – Liverpool Sound City
18th June – British Summer Time Hyde †
19th June – Hurricane Festival
20th June – Southside Festival
21st June – Best Kept Secret Festival
3rd July Blissfields Festival
7th July Festival de la Cite, Lausanne
17th July – Latitude Festival
18th July – Longitude Festival
19th July – Melt! Festival
26th July – Splendour In The Grass
2nd August – Y Not Festival
28 – 30th August – Reading & Leeds Festival
05th September – Soundrive Festival

Headline dates:
06th October – Brighton Komedia
07th October – Bristol Exchange
8th October – London Scala
9th October – Nottingham Bodega
10th October – Oxford The Bullingdon
12th October – Birmingham Hare & Hounds
13th October – Norwich Arts Centre
14th October – Cambridge Portland Arms
16th October – Manchester Deaf Institute
17th October – Leeds Wardrobe
19th October – Glasgow King Tuts
20th October – Newcastle Think Tank
21st October – Sheffield The Harley

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Mark Millar is the founder of XS Noize and looks after the daily running of the website as well as hosting interviews for the weekly XS Noize Podcast.Mark's favourite album is Achtung Baby by U2.

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