Muncie Girls head out on the road in March

The band take their latest record Fixed Ideals on tour – tickets on sale now. 

Indie rock troupe Muncie Girls will be heading back out on the road in March for their first shows in well over six months, having most recently played the main stage at 2000trees festival last summer. Prior to that, they’d spent much of 2018 and 2019 touring, sharing stages with the likes of Taking Back Sunday, Frank Iero and The Get Up Kids in the UK & Europe, as well as playing shows as far away from home as Australia and Japan.

Muncie Girls’ latest album Fixed Ideals was released in 2018 via Specialist Subject Records in the UK & Europe and Buzz Records in North America with Lost Boy Records doing the honors in Australia. The record has been praised for its insightful social commentary and endearing melodies. As much as it feels like you’re being read passages direct from vocalist and guitarist Lande Hekt’s diary, with her ideas and heart laid bare, the songs within will also be relatable to many and are certainly thought-provoking.

Fixed Ideals tackles themes of anxiety and mental health head on, as well as delving into the effects of too much alcohol and wasting potential. It speaks of having a desire to be educated, focusing on personal relationships and the importance of friendship and family.

Muncie Girls 2020 tour dates:
24 March – Bristol Crofters Rights
25 March – Exeter Cavern
26 March – London Oslo
27 March – Norwich Waterfront Studio
28 March – Worcester Annie’s
29 March – Manchester Gullivers
30 March – Glasgow King Tuts
31 March – Leeds Brudenell