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Tragical History Tour release music video for “Old Worlds”

Scottish folk punk act Tragical History Tour has released a video for their song “Old Worlds.”

You can check it out below.

“Old Words” is the title track from the band’s latest EP, released on Aaahh!! Real Records



Tragical History Tour releases “Old Words EP”

Scottish folk punk Tragical History Tour has released a new, four song EP on Cambridge based label Aaahh!! Real Records. The “Old Words EP” is out digitally now, with a CD press run to follow.

You can listen to “Old Words” below.



Chris Snelgrove & Tragical History Tour announce Scottish/Irish tour

Chris Snelgrove, former frontman of Canadian punk act Prevenge, and Scottish folk punk Tragical History Tour are to embark on a tour that takes in Ireland and Scotland next month. The tour, presented by their label Make That A Take, takes in 9 venues across the two countries.

Full details of the tour are below. Snelgrove’s album “The Distance Between” came out back in December; Tragical History Tour’s EP, “Come On Home, Hero” was released in April.



Tim Holehouse & Tragical History Tour announce EU tour

UK folk punks Tim Holehouse and Tragical History Tour are to embark on an EU/UK tour through June. The Aaahh!! Real Records blues infused solo punk and Make That A Take Records Scottish cowpunk exports play 15 dates on the mainland before ending back in England.

Full dates are below.



Tragical History Tour (“cowpunk”) streams new single “Come Home, Hero”, announces tour dates

Tragical History Tour, the “cowpunk” solo project from Make That A Take Records co-founder Derrick Johnston, is streaming “Come On Home, Hero”, the first single taken from his forthcoming “Aphorisms” LP. Give it a listen and check out his upcoming tour dates below.

The “Come On Home, Hero” single will be released on Friday 14th April 2017 and will be available as a limited edition one-sided white flexi vinyl 7″, as a three track CD single and as a digital download through MTAT and Aaah!!! Real Records. All versions include b-sides “Even Cowpunks Get The Blues” and a cover of “Change” by Billy Liar.