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Demob Happy have dropped a new track, 'Less Is More'

Check out the stomping new offering before the band hit the road later this month.
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Published: 12:39 am, February 01, 2019
Demob Happy have dropped a new track, 'Less Is More'

Demob Happy have dropped a brand new track.

Titled 'Less Is More', it comes as the band prepare to hit the road. They'll kick off the new run in Manchester on 24th February, then move on to play Birmingham, Edinburgh, Newcastle and London, before finishing up in Brighton on 2nd March.

A rollicking stomper, 'Less Is More' was recorded at London's legendary Abbey Road Studios. You can check it out below.

Those forthcoming live dates read:

February
24 - Manchester, Soup Kitchen
25 - Birmingham, O2 Institute
26 - Edinburgh, Sneaky Pete's
27 - Newcastle, Northumbria Institute 2

March
01 - London, The Garage
02 - Brighton, Concorde 2

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