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September 2019
On the road

Black Peaks have announced a new headline tour for the end of the year

The UK leg culminates with a night at London's Electric Ballroom.
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Published: 2:18 pm, June 25, 2019
Black Peaks have announced a new headline tour for the end of the year

Black Peaks have announced a new headline tour for the end of the year.

The band will be on the road in support of their second album ‘All That Divides’, with support from Black Futures and Bitch Falcon in the UK, and Jamie Lenman and Phoxjaw in Europe.

"This tour truly is a step up for us as a band,” they explain, “and we're genuinely so excited about every aspect of what we have planned. These are some legendary venues, some amazing support bands, and we also have some tricks up our sleeve too... We've just had some truly life-affirming festival shows for us as a band, and right now we're hungry for more! See you all in October!"

The UK leg of the tour will visit:

03 Manchester, Gorilla
04 Aberdeen, Lemon Tree
05 Glasgow, Garage
06 Birmingham, 02 Institute 2
08 Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
10 Bristol, The Fleece
11 London, Electric Ballroom

They’ll then head off to the Netherlands, Germany and beyond.

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