English indie rock band Scouting for Girls today announced they will bring The Trouble With Boys tour to The Lemon Tree in Aberdeen.
Named after the forthcoming new album, they will play their Granite City gig on Monday November 11 at 8pm. The band will also take in Glasgow, London, Manchester as well as Inverness.
Best know for hits including She’s So Lovely and Elvis Ain’t Dead, the tour will be led by the band’s newest single, Grown Up, which was co-written by James Blunt. The official audio was released on the band’s YouTube channel today. You can listen to it here.
The Trouble With Boys album is set to be released on September 20.
Vocalist Roy Stride said: “Every time we do a tour, it’s special because we only do it every two or three years. It’s almost like a reunion, getting back together with a load of old friends.
“We love making music that connects with people in a really fun, happy way. I love writing songs which I know are going to connect with ten thousand people in a field. We’ve always been an amazing party band.”
Tickets will go on sale on Wednesday July 17 at 9am.