Join The Dots UK Tour Live Reviews

Gig Junkies – “You might want to catch this one while you can….” CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL REVIEW

Buzz Magazine – 5* “Now is time to use the words ‘national’ and ‘treasure’ and now is the time to see Squeeze live.” CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL REVIEW

South Wales Argus – “An all-seated venue would seem to run contrary to this, but the Squeeze faithful were soon on their feet and bopping like it’s 1979”.  CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL REVIEW

Brighton Argus – 5* “Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook steered the latest incarnation of Squeeze through a strong set in Brighton”. CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL REVIEW

Bristol 365 – 5* “Squeeze could stand up as among one of the best live bands on the circuit at the moment. Take a bow!!” CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL REVIEW

Bristol 247 – “Squeeze are a hair’s breath away from being declared National Treasures” CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL REVIEW

God Is In The TV – “They found plenty of time to shoehorn a plethora of newer numbers into their set, and it must be said, they are every bit as thrilling to hear live as the old dependables” CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL REVIEW

Get Surrey –  “This is not a ‘how was the gig?’ piece. (Excellent, thanks for asking). Instead it is part-homage, part-pilgrimage”. CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL REVIEW

Ipswich Star – “A night out with Squeeze is to be in the safest pair of hands. Long may they continue”.  CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL REVIEW

Nottingham Post – “Glenn Tilbrook’s voice is as vulnerable and earnest as ever, while Chris Difford, dressed in black, exudes savoir faire”. CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL REVIEW


“The new songs fit effortlessly in with the hits, and the band are clearly enjoying playing them and basking in the response from an audience that spans three generations at least”

The Macomb Daily Live Review 29th November
‘British duo puts the Squeeze on at The Ark’

Pioneer Press (Twin Cities) Live Review 25th November
‘Squeeze’s Tilbrook and Difford bring the fun to sold-out Cedar crowd’

StarTribune Live Review 25th September
Squeeze band mates rise and shine for first of two Cedar shows

We Heart Music preview Minneapolis shows 24th November
‘The New Lennon and McCartney’

Martinez Tribune Live Review 20th November
‘Difford and Tilbrook Squeeze out their hits in Napa’

Entertainment Today (San Diego) Live Review 16th November
‘Squeeze – At Odds Couple Tour’

OC Weekly Live Review 16th November
‘Squeeze Frontmen Turn Back Time (And Move Forward) at The Grove’

Music News Nashville live review 16th November
‘Difford and Tilbrook of Squeeze in Anaheim’

 ‘both band and audience left with smiles and memories of fine gig from one of the finest pop rock bands ever.’

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(Photo Credit: Roger Goodgroves)

Louder Than War – Live review:

‘The show just seemed to get better and better with each amazing tune’


Soundblab – live review:

‘Squeeze reminded everyone just what a cherished act they were and still are.’

AAA Music:

‘Earthy and nostalgic… There’s still a fine chemistry and much attention to detail’


Listen With Monger:

‘breezily strummed, organ lavished and lightly sprinkled with sunshine’

Rhythm and Booze:

‘a masterclass of songwriting and deliverance’


Just Listen To This:

‘This edition of the Squeeze touring band is one of the best’


Write Wyatt:

‘this treasured sextet jumped off and threaded their way down the middle towards the exit, a little overtime following, signing all and sundry for a devoted, ecstatic clientele.’

The Digital Fix:

‘the perfectly written vignettes of British life take you back in time for a couple of hours’

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Native Monster:

‘Squeeze are one of those bands whose tracks have punctuated life for decades…the audience left the venue delighted at their evening of musical memories mixed with fresh material’

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Bristol Post:

‘Squeeze put on a tight Colston Hall set’

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‘Squeeze were the post-punk Kinks…they deserve a similar reputation as writers of top drawer narrative song….always teamed a hallmark dry wit with a McCartneyesque tunefulness…the album revisits youthful indiscretion with more than simply nostalgia.’


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