All Mankind tour Britain this May and release new single

By May 9, 2011 July 20th, 2016 Leeds

Australian’s All Mankind have spent the last three years creating a name for themselves, and are about to travel to Britain to tour, with an upcoming single ‘Break The Spell’ which is out May 17.


2009’s ‘Puzzles’ EP, produced by ARIA-winning producer David Nicholas (Elton John, Sting) and Peter Mayes (PNAU, Empire of the Sun), sprang up on radio stations internationally, from Indie 103.1FM Los Angeles to WRXP New York to MotorFM Germany, picking up XFM’s musical director, Mike Walsh as a fan in the UK.


‘Break The Spell’ is the first single, released on SO Records, to be taken from the Sydney quartet’s debut LP, ‘Simple Desire’. Produced by Mike Crossley (Arctic Monkeys, Razorlight, The Kooks, Foals) at The Motor Museum studios in Liverpool, there’s an epic shimmer to the track that recalls the UK-originated success of Keane and Coldplay.


All Mankind will be touring in the UK shortly. Here are full dates:




10 – The Bull & Gate, Club Fandango, London, UK


12 – Boiler Room, Guilford, UK


13 – The Great Escape Festival, Brighton, UK


15 – O2 Academy, Birmingham, UK


20 – Liverpool Sound City, Liverpool, UK


24 – Magnet Club, Berlin, GER


30 – Dublin Castle, London, UK




2 – Blueroom, Blackpool, UK


3 – Tunnels, Aberdeen, UK


4 – Milo, Leeds, UK


5 – Classic Grand, Glasgow, UK



For more information please visit the official website.