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iTCH Announces Debut Album and UK Tour

iTCH announces debut album, streams new track and embarks on a full UK tour!

2013 was a pretty big year for punk MC iTCH, but 2014 will be bigger. With two EPs already under his belt, iTCH will be releasing his debut album this coming March via Red Bull Records. Titled ‘The Deep End’, the release will include singles ‘Best Shot’ and ‘Homeless Romantic’, which features one Adam Lazarra from Taking Back Sunday. The album is also to feature notable appearances from the likes of Matisyahu and Less Than Jake‘s Roger Manganelli.

iTCH commented:
“I’m beyond excited about being able to finally release my first solo album. I’m so proud of this record, I’ve taken the time to get it exactly how I want it to sound and have had the honour of working with some life time heroes. You can hear how much fun I had making this record and how creatively free I was allowed to be. This is without a doubt the best record I’ve ever released.”

The album will drop March 24th, and is now available to pre-order via this link. To give fans a taste of the album, iTCH is streaming a new song titled ‘Children of the Revolution’, which you can check out here. A free download of this track will come with each pre-order.

The tracklisting for ‘The Deep End’ is as follows:

1. Life Is Poetry
2. Sun Goes Down
3. Homeless Romantic feat. Adam Lazarra
4. Laugh feat. Matisyahu
5. Like I’m Drugs feat. Dani Artaud
6. Another Man feat. Megan Joy
7. Bottom Of The Glass feat. Roger Manganelli
8. Not My Revolution feat. BC Jean
9. The Deep End
10. Children Of The Revolution
11. Best Shot
12. Ricochet

On top of that, iTCH will be embarking on an extensive tour across the UK with Dan Le Sac VS Scroobius Pip, which begins January 19th in Manchester. Check out the full dates below:

19 – Manchester – Academy 2 (SOLD OUT)
20 – Edinburgh – Liquid Room
21 – Glasgow – Arches
22 – Newcastle – Academy 2
23 – Sheffield – Plug
24 – Leeds – Stylus
25 – Birmingham – Institute
27 – Cardiff – Solus
28 – Exeter – Lemon Grove
30 – Oxford – Academy

1 – Norwich – Waterfront
2 – Hull – Union
3 – London – KOKO
4 – London – KOKO (SOLD OUT)
5 – Cambridge – Junction
6 – Portsmouth – Wedgewood Rooms (SOLD OUT)
7 – Bristol – Anson Rooms
8 – Bedford – Corn Exchange

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