The Ordinary Boys are back for one last tour – but what could have brought the band back together? Love? Money? Well, vocalist Samuel Preston admits that it’s a bit of both.
The first time The Ordinary Boys split up they seemed to disappear slowly rather than go out with a bang. This time round, they are planning on relishing the fun of playing live again and ending with a run of enthusiastic performances, drawing mainly from the first album Over The Counter Culture and recreating the feeling of those early gigs.
Now the glare of Celebrity Big Brother has worn off, hopefully this tour will mean The Ordinary Boys can once again be appreciated for the energy and songwriting that informed their early material. The band are hitting cities across the entire country over the first two weeks of December, and play Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms on 11th December. Those with fond memories of the group will not want to miss out.
Tickets cost £12 and are available now.