INDIE rock hitmakers Turin Brakes will grace the Kidderminster stage as part of their upcoming UK concert tour. 

The London-based group have put out seven top 40 singles, seven top 40 albums, and have had over a million record sales worldwide. 

They will be performing at Oxford Street venue 45 Live on September 24, with tickets going on sale via the venue's website this Friday (March 25). 

Turin Brakes released Mercury Prize-shortlisted The Optimist LP in March 2001, which achieved gold status in the UK, followed up by 2003’s Ether Song which featured the top five hit single Pain Killer (Summer Rain). 

The band is touring in support of the release of their ninth studio album Wide-Eyed Nowhere.

Of the new album, the band said: “We surprised ourselves with what came out; a sweeter, groovier set of songs in no hurry to be anything but themselves.

The South London 4-Piececomprising Olly Knights, Gale Paridjanian, Rob Allum and Eddie Myer recorded this new set of songs at Twin Palms-Olly's garden studio-over the summer of 2021

"Friends would visit, kids would add a voice or two, bees would buzz and we’d get to sit in the South London sun while the music poured out of the speakers and floated across the lawn," they said. 

The album is set for release on September 16 on CD and vinyl.