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Melkweg, Amsterdam, Netherlands


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Zakk, Dusseldorf, Germany



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Knust, Hamburg, Germany



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Tavastia, Helsinki, Finland


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Vega, Copenhagen, Denmark


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SO36, Berlin, Germany


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Centrum, Erfurt, Germany


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Lucerna Music Bar

Lucerna Music Bar, Prague, Czech Republic


Early show. 21:30 CURFEW

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Szene, Vienna, Austria


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Club Universum

Club Universum, Stuttgart, Germany


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Sedel , Lucerne, Switzerland


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Mezzago, Milan, Italy


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Covo Club

Covo Club, Bologna, Italy




Razz 2

Razz 2 , Barcelona, Spain


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SLF News

SLF make ‘No Going Back’ donation to Integrated Education Fund  

(Integrated Education Fund October 24, 2014) Ireland’s iconic punk band, Stiff Little Fingers (SLF), have continued put their money where their mouth is by today donating more than £5,000 to the Integrated Education Fund (IEF). The band, who are well known for their anti-sectarian stance to life in Northern Ireland and for classic songs like ‘Alternative Ulster’ and ‘Suspect Device’, have been supporting the work of IEF for a number of years.
The donation was raised as part of a ‘Pledge Campaign’ by their loyal fan base which ensured release of the band’s ninth studio album - ‘No Going Back’. When the band reached their initial funding goal within 12 hours, they decided to gift 5% of any additional funds raised to help support integrated education back in their home country.
The band’s original bassist, Ali McMordie, presented the gift to the IEF at Cliftonville Integrated Primary School in North Belfast, his former school, which transformed to integrated status six years ago.
Ali McMordie commented; “I was so pleased to learn that my old school, Cliftonville, had decided to become integrated and welcome children from across the community and beyond. Diversity is actually a real strength and children can learn so much from being educated together. I am not surprised to hear that the school has almost doubled in pupil numbers as a result. Integration is something that the band feel very strongly about and it is nice to be able to put something back into Northern Ireland in such a positive way. The IEF is doing its best to help support parents and schools that want to become integrated, just like Cliftonville, and the band is proud to lend a hand.”
Ali and Stiff Little Fingers now find themselves more in demand than ever and they regularly tour the globe, having recently supported Green Day in Australia. Their music is reaching a whole new audience and ‘No Going Back’ even managed to reach number one on BBC Radio 1's UK Top 40 Rock Album Charts on September 14, 2014.
Local fans will have to wait until next year to see them play their hometown of Belfast when the band takes to the stage of the Ulster Hall on Saturday 14th November 2015.

New Stiff Little Fingers album hits #1! 

#1 in the UK Rock Album Chart: Stiff Little Fingers' new album No Going Back!! Thanks to fan-funding, Stiff Little Fingers has released a new studio album to tremendous response. With song titles like Liar's Club, Trail of Tears, and My Dark Places covering topics such as the recent economic collapse, continuing racism in the U.S., and Jake's personal battle with depression, Jake said, 'You've probably worked out by now, I don't do comedy songs'. But the songs continue to inspire fans old and new.

Here's where you can purchase No Going Back:

In the UK:
ITunes UK
Amazon UK Download
Amazon UK CD
Record Store

In the US:
ITunes US Download CD



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