Brighton-based Fear of Men today announce a string of UK headline shows for the autumn, touring their recently released, critically acclaimed debut album Loom. The new shows come after three months on the road in support of The Pains of Being Pure at Heart in the US and Europe.
July 26 - Longlake Festival - Lugano, Switzerland
August 2 - Knee Deep Festival - Cornwall, UK
August 22 - 60 Million Postcards - Bournemouth, UK
August 23 - 1234 Festival - Brighton, UK
September 6 - Soundrive Festival - Gdansk, Poland
September 19 - Heart of Glass / Heart of Gold Festival - Ruoms, France
September 20 - Southsea Festival - Portsmouth, UK
UK HEADLINE TOUR
September 25 - The Hope - Brighton, UK
September 26 - Epic Studios - Norwich, UK
September 27 - Brudenell Games Room - Leeds, UK
September 28 - The Castle - Manchester, UK
September 30 - The Bull's Head - Birmingham, UK
October 1 - Start the Bus - Bristol, UK
October 2 - Concrete - London, UK
Loom is out now via Kanine Records in CD, LP, and digital formats, with a limited edition cassette on the way. A single, Descent, was released earlier this month.
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