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June 2019
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Circa Waves are doing a few instore shows and signings to celebrate their new album

Their latest record is out in April.
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Published: 12:17 pm, March 05, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Circa Waves are doing a few instore shows and signings to celebrate their new album

Circa Waves have announced a few instores for around the release of their new album.

'What's It Like Over There?' arrives on 5th April, and will see the group kick off a week-long tour the night before at New Slang Kingston.

The details are:

APRIL
04 New Slang Kingston, Pryzm - Banquet Records - 9.00pm
06 Liverpool, Jacaranda Phase One 7:30 pm
07 Nottingham, Rough Trade 12 pm
07 Preston, Action 5:30 pm
08 Sheffield, Bear Tree 1:00 pm
08 Leeds, Jumbo 5:30 pm
09 Southsea, Pie and Vinyl 12:30 pm
09 Brighton, resident 6:30 pm
10 Wokingham, Beyond the Download 1:00 pm
10 St Albans, Empire 6:00 pm
11 Newcastle, Beyond Vinyl 12:30 pm
11 Edinburgh, Assai Records 7:00 pm

The band also have a headline tour planned that kicks off on 15th April.

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