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June 2019
On the road

Dinosaur Pile-Up are going to play a few instores next month

The shows will celebrate the release of their upcoming record.
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Published: 3:28 pm, May 15, 2019
Dinosaur Pile-Up are going to play a few instores next month

Dinosaur Pile-Up are going to play a few instores next month.

The shows will celebrate the release of their upcoming record ‘Celebrity Mansions’, due on 7th June via Parlophone Records.

“It’s a reference to when we were on tour," says Matt Bigland of the album's title, "questioning whether we’d wasted our lives doing this, wondering if we’d ever get a break. I’d see what you’d call ‘Influencers’ on Instagram. Pop stars making money from being attractive. People with seemingly nothing to say. And I’d just think, ‘Surely there’s more to life than this. Surely people want more than this. Surely they want some substance. I mean, we’re talking about music. It matters’.”

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07 Leeds, Belgrave Music Hall (w) Crash Records
08 Bristol, Rough Trade Records (w) Rough Trade
10 London, Boston Music Rooms (w) TMStores
11 Kingston, The Fighting Cocks (w) Banquet Records
12 Brighton, Hope & Ruin (w) TMStores

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