The Dust Coda will bring their explosive live performance in 8 cities across the country, kicking off the tour in London on 4thDecember. With an already sold out show in Newcastle, the series of UK gigs promises to be an exciting return to the scenes, after the long pause imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The band comments: “After what seems like a post apocalyptic winter of discontent, we are ecstatic to be back on the road, ready to bring our full arsenal of material to all the TDC fans across the country. Done just the way we like it. Get strapped in and Look out!!”

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Fans will finally have the chance to hear live the critically acclaimed new album Mojo Skyline, filled with anthemic songs such as: Limbo Man, a gleaming rock ‘n’ roll track; Breakdown, in which the band explores a more mature song-writing direction; Jimmy 2 Times, a song that crosses the genre defining boundaries of rock to create a unique soundscape.

Mojo Skylinewas recorded at Modern World Studios with the multi-platinum, award-winning producer Clint Murphy (Manic Street Preachers, Thunder, Devilskin), and offers a plenitude of tracks that leap across the spectrum of rock’n’roll, containing half a decade’s worth of the band’s raw soul and innermost demons.

UK Tour Dates
Sat 4th Dec London, Boston Music Room
Sun 5th Dec Manchester, Deaf Institute
Mon 6th Dec Glasgow, King Tuts
Tue 7th Dec Nottingham, Billy Bootleggers
Wed 8th Dec Newcastle, Head Of Steam
Fri 10th Dec Bristol, The Exchange
Sat 11th Dec Birmingham, Dead Wax
Sun 12th Dec Southampton, Heartbreakers

Mojo Skyline Track-list
Demon
Breakdown
Limbo Man
Dream Alight
Jimmy 2 Times
Rolling
Bourbon Pouring
I’ve Been Waiting
She’s Gone
They Don’t Know Rock ’n’ Roll
Best Believe it
It’s A Jam

Tickets can be purchased here.
Mojo Skylineis out today via Earache Records. Purchase album here.

The Dust Coda are
John Drake – Lead Vocals & Guitar
Adam Mackie – Lead Guitar
Scott Miller – Drums
Tony Ho – Bass

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Links
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