Sundara Karma kicked 2017 off with the release of their debut album 'Youth Is Only Ever Fun In Retrospect' and this new single 'Flame' which are both available to buy now through Chess Club/RCA Records.
Sundara Karma's lead songwriter Oscar Pollock explained how Plato's Allegory Of The Cave inspired the themes behind the track: "Ever since I heard that story I thought it was crazy, especially how old and relevant it still is."
As well as the single and album, the band will tour the UK throughout February. They end January by supporting Two Door Cinema Club.
24/01/17 Birmingham O2 Academy
25/01/17 Cambridge Corn Exchange
27/01/17 Manchester O2 Apollo
28/01/17 Manchester O2 Apollo
30/01/17 Leeds O2 Academy
31/01/17 Newcastle O2 Academy
02/02/17 Liverpool Guild Of Students
03/02/17 Glasgow Barrowlands
04/02/17 Glasgow Barrowlands
06/02/17 Southampton O2 Guildhall
07/02/17 Bristol O2 Academy
09/02/17 London Alexandra Palace
10/02/17 London Alexandra Palace
UK Headline Tour
11/02/17 Birmingham The Rainbow Warehouse
12/02/17 Liverpool O2 Academy
13/02/17 Sheffield Leadmill
15/02/17 Newcastle Northumbria University
16/02/17 Manchester Albert Hall
17/02/17 Glasgow The Garage
18/02/17 Leeds Leeds University
19/02/17 Reading 3 Sixty
20/02/17 Leicester O2 Academty
22/02/17 Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms
23/02/17 Cardiff Cardiff University
24/02/17 London O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
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