Will the tortured puns never end? No, probably not.
Following a busy summer of gigging, including performances at T in the Park and King Tut's, we could forgive United Fruit for putting their feet up for a bit. Instead they've decided to head off on tour again for most of September. Admirable work ethic there gents.
If you haven't heard United Fruit before then, well, why not? Debut album Fault Lines has been on pretty heavy rotation around here since it was released at the end of May, and has a pretty good chance of popping up in my Best Of lists at the end of the year. You can see what I had to say about the album here, but the short version is this - it is very loud, and very, very good.
Having caught the band live a couple of times this year I can assure you that they aren't just good on record, but excellent on stage too. I love a band that makes a Hell of a lot of noise, and United Fruit do it in some style. If they are playing at a town near you then I highly recommend getting along to see them.
United Fruit September Tour Dates:
Sep 2 - Duke’s Corner, Dundee (with Pensioner)
Sep 3 - The Banshee Labyrinth, Edinburgh (with Pensioner and As In Bear)
Sep 4 - Cafe Drummonds, Aberdeen (with Pensioner)
Sep 5 - Vines Bar, Derby
Sep 6 - Undertone, Cardiff
Sep 8 - Mothers Ruin, Bristol
Sep 9 - Hanover Community Centre, Brighton
Sep 10 - Bar Up, Halifax
Sep 12 - Le Rigoletto, Paris
Sep 13 - Le Zinc, Poitiers
Sep 14 - Les Joulins, Tours
Sep 15 - La Barbarella, La Rochelle
Sep 16 - El Surf, Meschers
Sep 18 - TBC, London
Sep 19 - Stereo, York
Sep 21 - Adelphi, Hull
Sep 23 - Captain's Rest, Glasgow (Homecoming show, with Lady North and Holy Mountain) Buy Tickets
United Fruit: Facebook - Bandcamp - Twitter