Girls Names today announced details of their forthcoming UK tour. Starting in October and including two shows supporting The Cult at London's Roundhouse, it caps off an incredible year for the band following the release of their much-lauded second album, The New Life, in February. Tickets are on sale now.
The tour also coincides with the release of a limited edition 12" EP, entitled The Next Life. With the artwork making a playful nod to Bowie's new record, it will feature remixes by Factory Floor and David Holmes, as well as an exclusive new track
24/10 Bungalows and Bears, Sheffield - free show
25/10 Epic TV, Norwich -
26/10 Nice & Sleazy, Glasgow
27/10 Think Tank, Newcastle
29/10 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
30/10 Start The Bus, Bristol
31/10 Roundhouse, London w/ The Cult
01/11 Roundhouse, London w/ The Cult
02/11 The Green Door Store, Brighton
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