Built To Spill to play 20-year anniversary shows for Keep It Like A Secret

US indie rock stalwarts return to the UK for a score of gigs in Spring 2019

Posted on Oct 1st, 2018 in News, Built to Spill
Built To Spill to play 20-year anniversary shows for Keep It Like A Secret Visiting the UK next Spring, storied US alt. rock outfit Built to Spill will be celebrating the twentieth anniversary of their classic album Keep It Like A Secret with a run of shows where the band will play the LP in full (see dates below).

Released in 1999, the fourth album by the Idaho indie rock group has been described as the band’s most accessible album. Hailed as an influence on The Strokes, Death Cab For Cutie and Modest Mouse, Keep It Like A Secret has frequently cited as one of the best indie rock albums of the decade.



Led by guitarist/vocalist Doug Martsch, the album was band’s third collaboration with producer Phil Ek, who has become one of the most in-demand producers in the States with credits including Fleet Foxes, Father John Misty and The Black Angels.

Alongside the album in its entirety Built to Spill will be showcasing key tracks from across their three-decade career.

Keep It Like A Secret 20th Anniversary 2019 UK gigs:

Tuesday 30 April, St Luke’s, Glasgow
Wednesday 1 May, Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
Thursday 2 May, Thekla, Bristol
Friday 3 May, O2 Forum Kentish Town, London

Tickets are available here