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|New Single 'Further' released on July 7|
The band's debut UK headline tour commenced in Southampton on May 18, and sees the band covering the length and breadth of the UK until July 18, when they finish the tour in Bath. Dissecting the barrage of headline shows, is a support tour with Mull Historical Society in June and an appearance on the NME Stage of this year's T In The Park festival in July. In total, the summer jaunt takes in 46 dates taking place over a mere 68 days.
|Tour - July 2003|
|7th - Gig - Doncaster - Leopard |
8th - Gig - York - Fibbers
10th - XFM session with Zoe Ball (London)
11th - Gig - Harlow - Square
13th - Gig - T in the park festival
15th - Gig - Bury St Edmunds - Priors
17th - Gig - Exeter - Cavern
18th - Gig - Plymouth - Tramps (TBC)
19th - Gig - Bath - Moles
22nd - HMV instore - Manchester
29th - Gig - Glasgow - King Tut's
30th - Gig - Manchester University
31st - Gig - London - Ulu
9th - Eden Festival Liverpool
22nd - Carling weekend festival - (Leeds)
24th - Carling weekend festival - (Reading)
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