Scottish band The Fratellis heading to the South West

PUBLISHED: 20:00 20 March 2018

The Fratellis will play in Bristol next month.

The Fratellis will play in Bristol next month.


The Fratellis are embarking on a UK-wide tour to support the release of their new album.

The Scottish trio will perform their latest record, In Your Own Sweet Time, stopping off in Bristol at the end of the month.

BRIT Awards winners in 2007, the group played a sellout tour in November and December last year.

The Chelsea Dagger singers have proved to be one of the best indie rock bands of recent times thanks to the success of their four studio albums.

Speaking about the new release, frontman Barry Fratellis said: “I think we have always released music that you know is from us due to our playing style, which is the same with our new record.”

The Fratellis will play at Bristol’s O2 Academy, in Frogmore Street, on March 29 at 7pm.

Tickets, priced £20.20, are available on or 01179 279227.

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