THE iconic British rock band InMe are set to return to the UK’s stages this month, in a second run of tour dates supporting their seventh studio album Jumpstart Hope.

Now, Dave McPherson and his cohorts have revealed the Nottingham duo Haggard Cat as the support act for their forthcoming live dates.

Commencing Southampton just one day after the release of their seventh studio album, InMe’s release tour will take them to the likes of Swansea, Leicester and Milton Keynes, before rounding off with a performance in London.

InMe also began their new year unveiling of Shame, the latest single to be drawn from their upcoming full-length release.

Dave said: “The whole of Jumpstart Hope is very open and honest, but Shame is particularly profound and poignant, ending the album on an insane beast that brutally addresses my personal feelings of shame. It’s something we’ve all felt at some point in our lives, for whatever reason, but it can be haunting.

“One thing I think I would say is that there is no shame in turning to others when you need help...if anything, there is an incredible strength to this, as it’s not always easy to do. I’m very proud of both the album and this song in particular.”

InMe are coming to Cobblestones in Bridgwater on January 19. To find out more visit