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Doe are heading off on tour with a new batch of February shows

They’ve also shared their latest single 'Team Spirit'.
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Published: 4:31 pm, December 05, 2018Words: Sam Taylor.
Doe are heading off on tour with a new batch of February shows

Doe have announced a new headline tour for February 2019.

The London band - who’ve just finished up a run with Speedy Ortiz - will head out from 14th February in Bristol, going on to play Oxford, Manchester, Glasgow, Leeds and London.

They’ve also shared their latest single 'Team Spirit', a cut from recent album ‘Grow into It’ - it’s a song about “enthusiastically allowing your own needs and desires to take a back seat in the pursuit of pleasing those around you.”

The tour will visit:

FEBRUARY
14 Bristol, UK - The Exchange
15 Oxford, UK - The Wheatsheaf
16 Manchester, UK - Soup Kitchen
17 Glasgow, UK - Broadcast
18 Leeds, UK - Brudenell Social Club
19 London, UK - The Victoria
20 Lille, France - Bobble Cafè
21 Cologne, Germany - Autonomes Zentrum
22 Regensburg, Germany - Klappe
23 Prague, Czech Republic - Underdogs
24 Berlin, Germany - TIEF @ Zukunft
25 Hamburg, Germany - Hafenklang
26 Bremen, Germany - TBC
27 Ghent, Belgium - Kinky Star

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