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Circa Waves are playing some intimate shows this March

It's all in support of 'Sad Happy', their new two part album which arrives in full on 13th March.
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Published: 10:54 am, January 27, 2020
Circa Waves are playing some intimate shows this March

Circa Waves have announced plans for an intimate run of album launch shows this March.

They'll kick off the run in Kingston on 12th March before playing small shows in Nottingham, Leeds, Manchester, Sheffield, Dundee and Preston. It's all in support of 'Sad Happy', their new two part album which arrives in full on 13th March.

Frontman Kieran Shudall explains: "We wanted to give you the chance to be the first to listen to our new tracks off our new album Sad Happy up close and personal. These shows will be mad, sweaty and rowdy!!! Come down and celebrate the release of our new album!!!"

The dates read:

March
12 Kingston Upon Thames, Pryzm
13 Nottingjam, Metronome
14 Leeds, Brudenell
15 Manchester, Gorilla
16 Sheffield, The Foundry
18 Dundee, Fat Sam's
19 Preston, Blitz

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