Does It Offend You, Yeah? announce new album and tour

By January 20, 2011 December 29th, 2021 Leeds

Does it Offend You Yeah? are set to release their second full-length studio album, ‘Don’t Say We Didn’t Warn You’ on March 14, on Cooking Vinyl and have announced a full UK tour starting on Wednesday, March 2.


Vocalist James Rushent comments on the record: “I think it’s about time we have a fu**ing mess. We were a year and a half ago in the studio, going ‘f*** them, f*** her, f*** him’. We want to perform music that, if we heard it, we’d go ‘oh, who’s that?’ rather than ‘here’s another fucking 60s soul artist’.

“It was stressful, panicky and hard work. It’s the nature of how we work; it’s like trying to put a jigsaw together where you don’t know what the picture is at the end. I feel like we’ve come across the finish line with our pants hanging halfway down our legs.”

“This is our break-out album,” continues synth-player Dan Coop. “It has got balls-out angry stuff and serene melancholic, quite depressing stuff as well. We’d rather show all our hands like that rather than write a whole album that sounds the same.”

The full tracklisting for ‘Don’t Say We Didn’t Warn You’ is below:

‘We Are The Dead’

‘John Hurt’

‘Pull Out My Insides’



‘Wrong Time Wrong Planet’



‘The Knife’

‘Broken Arms’

The band will play the following dates in support of the release:



2 – Cardiff The Globe


3 – High Wycombe Bucks Student University


4 – Peterborough Club revolution


6 – Brighton Coalition


7 – Leeds The Little Cockpit


8 – Leicester Sub91


9 – Sheffield The Leadmill


11 – Glasgow O2 ABC 2


14 – Newcastle O2 Academy 2


15 – Stoke Sugar Mill


16 – Birmingham O2 Academy2*


17 – Liverpool O2 Academy2


18 – Manchester Academy 3*


19 – Preston 53 degrees


21 – Reading Sub89


22 – Southampton The Talking Heads


23 – Bristol The fleece


24 – Kingston New Slang @ Hippodrome


Tickets are £10 and are onsale now at / 0844 811 0051.


For more information visit the official MySpace.