Wild Beasts are playing numerous festivals over the Summer leading into a full headline tour in October, with a date at the Garage in London on October 8th. The mesmerizing four-piece have also been invited to perform with White Lies at Brixton Academy in November - Full dates are:

Sunday 6th September – Hainault Forest – Offset Festival
Tuesday 29th September – Glasgow – The Arches – Play Room
Wednesday 30th September - Edinburgh - Cabaret Voltaire (headline)
Thursday 1st October – Leeds – Cockpit (headline)
Friday 2nd October - Nottingham – Bodega (headline)
Saturday 3rd October - Bristol – Thekla (headline)
Sunday 4th October - Birmingham - Hare and Hounds (headline)
Monday 5th October – Brighton - Hanbury Ballroom (headline)
Wednesday 7th October - Oxford - Academy 2 (headline)
Thursday 8th October – London – Garage (headline)
Friday 9th October – Manchester - Academy 3 (headline)
Friday 20th November – London – Brixton Academy (supporting White Lies)

Here is some recent press for Two Dancers:

NME (9/10 – lead review) - "This beautiful album is a treasure that deserves plundering"
Sunday Times (5* - CD of the Week) – “One of 2009’s indisputable masterpieces”
The Observer (CD of the Week) – “A welcome flash of imagination”
Uncut (4*- a lead review) – ‘the gleaming possibilities that The Smiths opened up for British guitar bands […] feel like they’ve found a new champion’
Mojo (4*) - “Wild Beasts need not demand attention – it’s hard to take your ears off them”

All The King’s Men, released on October 5th 2009, is the infectious second single and a real stand out track from Wild Beasts’ exceptional album, Two Dancers.

An ode to ‘Girls from Rodean, girls from Shipley, girls from Hounslow, girls from Whitby’, All The King’s Men is one from the dead-eyed to the doe-eyed, featuring a decadent tenor from Tom Fleming who takes the reins on lead vocals. Layers of swaying keyboards from Hayden Thorpe, crystalline guitars from Benny Little and a rutting tom-tom from Chris Talbot create the songs' cascading, sinuous groove. ‘Watch me, watch me!’

All The King’s Men will be available digitally (RUG334D), bundle tracklisting is as follows:
1 - All The King’s Men
2 - All The King’s Men - Banjo Or Freakout remix
3 - All The King’s Men - Video