With a population of 7.5million people, London has over 2 million more people than the entire nation of Denmark. Don't they sell condoms in England? Alarmed by this statistic, The Good The Bad return to the UK in October and will just tour London in the hope of playing to at least 4 million of those people whilst launching their debut album, 'From 001 To 017':

21st October 2010 -
Deviation St. presents:
THE GOOD THE BAD
The Cut Outs
Houdini Dax
at Peter Parker's Rock n' Roll Club, 4 Denmark Street, WC2H 8LP

regent

TGTB open their London tour at 4 Denmark Street, part of the old Regent Sound Studios, where the Rolling Stones recorded their debut LP, The Kinks recorded ‘You Really Got Me’, Black Sabbath recorded ‘Paranoid’ and The Beatles recorded Fixing A Hole in a surprise departure from Abbey Road (which wasn’t available that night in 1967) whilst finishing the seminal Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album. Tickets available here, and the Facebook page is here.

22nd October 2010 -
John Kennedy's 'The Remedy' presents:
The Brute Chorus + THE GOOD THE BAD
at Tooting Tram and Social, 46-48 Mitcham Road, SW17 9NA

At the invitation of Xfm's new music pioneer John Kennedy, TGTB continue their London odyssey at Tooting's former tramshed with 75' foot ceilings and some of the most beautiful decor of any venue in the capital. After The Remedy's jam-packed spring run featuring Dan Le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip and the recent summer break, it kicks off again on Friday 22nd October and is FREE ENTRY as before. Read more about John Kennedy here.

23rd October 2010 -
Bugbear presents:
THE GOOD THE BAD
Ruberlaris
Lady Grey & The Earls
at Dublin Castle, 94 Parkway, Camden, NW1 7AN

dc

TGTB finish their London tour at Dublin Castle. A classic on the north London indie circuit, this place has been hosted Madness, Oasis and Babyshambles for over two decades. Over the years this sanguine but bedraggled haunt has played host to countless other bands on their way to failure, mediocrity and superstardom. Music is the king at the Dublin Castle.