Preview: The Pigeon Detectives at The Leadmill Sheffield, 07 March. Will Fisher February 21, 2017 Returning this month with album number six, The Pigeon Detectives hope to spice up their recipe which has been growing tasteless since Wait for Me back in 2007. The album titled Broken Glances is due for release this Friday (24 March) and is expected to be their most contemplative and reflective to date. The latest single ‘Enemy Lines’ is a slightly more stripped back affair which offers a little more flavour then we have come to expect from their cloned formula. The future is looking rosier than 2013 when their last album We Met at Sea sank to the lowest depth of critic ratings. The Leeds five-piece have always been more at home on stage than on record – and they are soon to tour the new album with a string of UK shows and festivals. Beginning with Kingston-upon-Hull for the Back to Ours Festival this Thursday 23 February and finishing at the Electric Ballroom in London on 15 March. They will then be going on a European tour before wrapping it all up in their hometown for the metropolitan festival Live at Leeds on 29 April 2017. They will be paying a visit to The Leadmill in Sheffield on 7 March as part of the UK leg of the tour and are sure to play classic indie anthems such as ‘Take Her Back’ alongside newer material and tracks from a decade of recording. Tickets can be found here.