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September 2019
On the road

Chastity Belt are teasing new music, and an October UK tour

The band’s most recent album, ‘I Used to Spend So Much Time Alone’ came out in 2017.
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Published: 10:24 am, June 10, 2019
Chastity Belt are teasing new music, and an October UK tour

Chastity Belt have unveiled plans to tour this autumn.

The band - who are also teasing new music for later in the year - will play several European shows, arriving in the UK on 13th October. 

The details are:

SEPTEMBER
29 - Munich, DE @ Kranhalle

OCTOBER
01 - Milan, IT @ Serraglio
02 - Zurich, CH @ Bogen F
04 - Schorndorf, DE @ Manufaktur
05 - Jena, DE @ Trafo
06 - Berlin, DE @ Franzz Club
07 - Hamburg, DE @ Molotow
08 - Cologne, DE @ Bumann & Sohn
09 - Utrecht, NL @ Ekko
11 - Paris, FR @ La Boule Noire
12 - Antwerp, BE @ Kavka
13 - Bristol, UK @ Thekla
14 - Nottingham, UK @ The Bodega
15 - Leeds, UK @ Brudenell Social Club
16 - Manchester, UK @ YES
17 - Glasgow, UK @ Stereo
19 - Oxford, UK @ Ritual Union
21 - Brighton, UK @ Patters
23 - Southampton, UK @ The Joiners
24 - London, UK @ Islington Assembly Hall

Tickets go on sale from 10am on Wednesday 12th June. The band’s most recent album, ‘I Used to Spend So Much Time Alone’ came out in 2017.

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