Having announced a week ago that the 11th November release of their brand new studio album would be preceded by a UK/RoI tour beginning on 4th, US rock act Enuff Z’Nuff have subsequently been confirmed to support Skid Row on a dozen UK dates that commence on 19th October. This has in turn necessitated some changes to their own headlining schedule, with the full list of revised shows listed below.
The album, entitled Finer Than Sin, remains scheduled for 11th November, while a video for its first single, Catastrophe, has just been made available and can be seen below.
UK/ROI TOUR 2022
with SKID ROW
19.10.22 WOLVERHAMPTON KK’s Steel Mill
20.10.22 BRIGHTON Chalk
21.10.22 CARDIFF Y Plass
23.10.22 BRISTOL O2 Academy
24.10.22 LONDON O2 Forum
25.10.22 NOTTINGHAM Rock City
27.10.22 MANCHESTER O2 Ritz
28.10.22 SHEFFIELD O2 Academy
29.10.22 LIVERPOOL Hangar 34
31.10.22 GLASGOW O2 Academy
01.11.22 NEWCASTLE Northumbria University
03.11.22 CAMBRIDGE Junction
05.11.22 GREAT YARMOUTH Vauxhall
06.11.22 STOKE Eleven
09.11.22 BRADFORD Nightrain
10.11.22 DUBLIN The Grand Social
11.11.22 BELFAST Voodoo
12.11.22 NEWPORT The Patriot
13.11.22 BILSTON Robin 2
15.11.22 EDINBURGH Bannerman’s Bar
Frontiers Music Srl is pleased to announce the upcoming release of Finer Than Sin, the new studio album by US rock act Enuff Z’Nuff.
The group have been fronted by singer/bassist Chip Z’Nuff for their last three albums, including The Beatles‘ covers record Enuff Z’Nuff’s Hardrock Nite (released almost a year to the day before the new album), with Finer Than Sin showing off their patented hybrid of infectious power pop and hard rock in all its glory.
Band founder Chip is once again joined by long-term group members Tory Stoffregen (guitars), Tony Fennell (guitars) and Daniel Benjamin Hill (drums) for Finer Than Sin, a record that showcases all the colourful rock ‘n’ roll musical stylings that have helped Enuff Z’Nuff maintain a loyal fan base since the ’80s. It is their 17th studio album overall.
Originally formed in Chicago in 1984, Enuff Z’Nuff broke big five years later with a self-titled debut album that became a monster hit. It spawned the evergreen singles New Thing and Fly High Michelle, both of which received constant radio airplay and heavy rotation on MTV, spending more than a year in the US Top 10. 1991 saw the follow-up album Strength, which had hard rock overtones and sustained their success, with the band making high profile TV and radio appearances on the likes of David Letterman and Howard Stern, as well as being featured in Rolling Stone’s Hot Issue as ‘the Next Big Thing’. They adapted during the changing musical climate of the ’90s and have gone on to release numerous records.
Chip Z’Nuff – vocals, bass
Tory Stoffregen – lead guitar
Tony Fennell – guitar, vocals
Daniel Benjamin Hill – drums & percussion
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