We Are Scientists in The Herald Sun, The New Gay, The Remote View, Straight.com, TopMan CTRL and Popyoularity

The Herald Sun: We Are Scientists have high hopes for Splendour In the Grass

The New Gay: TNG TV: We Are Scientists: Experiments in Fun

The Remote View: We Are Scientists Interview

Straight.com: Nothing is at seems with We Are Scientists

Topman CTRL: We Are Scientists on Latvia, Mexico and Brighton

Popyoularity: We Are Scientists Artist Interview – Part 1Part 2

We Are Scientists interviewed by NBC New York, Michigan Daily, Katuwapitiya, SHEI Magazine, Beat Magazine, and Mixi. And tour reviews in Toronto and DC

NBC New York: Rockers We Are Scientists Say Playing in Brooklyn Is “Intimidating”

Michigan Daily: We Are Scientists concoct a concert in A2

Katuwapitiya: An interview with We Are Scientists

SHEI Magazine: Talk it Out with Chris Cain of We Are Scientists

Beat Magazine: We Are Scientists

We Are Scientists x mixi Q&A回答編 Part 3

Chart Attack: We Are Scientists Will Wild the Shit Out of You

Popwreckoning: We Are Scientists with Bad Girlfriend and Lightspeed Champion @ Black Cat, Washington DC

We Are Scientists map out a November tour in the UK

Looks like See Tickets is jumping the gun on the upcoming tour announcement from We Are Scientists for their November tour in the UK. Tour dates are below:

November

  • 15 – Portsmouth – Pyramid Centre
  • 16 – Birmingham – HMV Institute
  • 17 – Bristol – O2 Academy
  • 19 – Norwich – U.E.A.
  • 20 – Manchester – Academy 2
  • 21 – London – O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire
  • 22 – Liverpool – O2 Academy
  • 24 – Leeds – Metropolitan University
  • 26 – Newcastle – O2 Academy
  • 27 – Nottingham – Rock City

Tickets for these shows are all on sale on July 23 at at See Tickets. Some will be on sale at 9 and others at 10. NME also reports that if you’re an O2 user, you can get priority tickets.

There’s also a November 25 show at O2 ABC in Glasgow that’s listed on Ticketweb. That one is on sale on Friday but at 9 AM.

We Are Scientists talk to FaceCulture and Newdust

FaceCulture spoke to singer and guitarist Keith Murray and bass player Chris Cain about their new album Barbara, being in a three-piece band, the writing process, solitude, the interaction with each other, the new drummer Andy Burrows, expressing with music, Steve Wants His Money, the single Rules Don’t Stop, humor, and more.

Videos of this interview are here.

Newdust: Artist Interview: We Are Scientists