All The Young have confirmed details of their first headline tour following the recent release of their debut album ‘Welcome Home’ on 14th Floor/Warner Bros Records. The Stoke-on-Trent quartet have supported Morrissey, Kaiser Chiefs, The Courteneers, The Wombats, Hard-Fi and The Pigeon Detectives and dates include the legendary 100 club in London and the Dot to Dot Festival.
Produced by GGGarth Richardson (Biffy Clyro, Red Hot Chili Peppers) and mixed by Rich Costey (Muse, My Chemical Romance), there's a strident sense of defiance and flair throughout ‘Welcome Home’, the kind of fist-pumping fodder that festival crowds were custom-built for. The album includes the band’s debut single 'The First Time' which introduced them with a driving onslaught of churning bourbon-soaked chords and cloud-bursting hopeful melodies. In addition to the band’s introductory singles - the rallying call of the title track, the melodies of ‘Quiet Night In’ and the bluesy tones which inform the sprawling epic ‘The Horizon’ – tracks such as ‘Another Miracle’ and ‘Today’ present All The Young’s core manifesto where the reckless, woozy tones of Hüsker Dü melt with a visceral hit of canonised Brit-rock fronting pairings, from Daltrey and Townshend to the inevitable Mancunian G-bomb. Available on CD, digital and vinyl formats, ‘Welcome Home’ has also been released in a special limited edition photobook format. Check their site for more info and full tour dates: www.alltheyoung.co.uk