Frankie Stubbs schedules two UK solo dates
by Tours

Frankie Stubbs, formerly of the influential Leatherface, has scheduled two solo dates later this year in Scotland. Leatherface formed in 1998 and finally disbanded in 2012, with a four year hiatus in the mid-90s. Stubbs, as lead vocalist and guitarist, was a founding member of the band and was present for the entirety of their career.

Stubbs, coming off of a well-received set at this year's Pouzza Fest in Montreal, will be joined on both dates by the solo acoustic version of Tragical History Tour, featuring Make That A Take Records very own Derrick Johnston.

Stubbs released a new track in May, "Don't You Ever Say Goodbye," which you can check out below along with those gig dates.

Sep 14Conroy's BasementDundee, UK
Sep 15The Waverly BarEdinburgh, UK