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Dream Wife are going to debut new material at a secret show later this week

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Published: 10:12 am, January 20, 2020
Dream Wife are going to debut new material at a secret show later this week

Dream Wife are going to debut new material at a secret show later this week.

Announcing the news on Instagram, they explain: "Hey playing a tiny show at a secret south east London venue this THURSDAY 23/01, playing brand new songs."

It'll be free entry, with tickets released at 10am on Tuesday 21st January. Sign up to their mailing list for more info.

The details (so far) are:

JANUARY
23 London, ???

Dream Wife's self-titled debut album came out in 2018.

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Hey playing a tiny show at a secret south east London venue this THURSDAY 23/01, playing brand new songs 👀 Free entry - tickets will be released at 10am tomorrow (Tuesday). Sign up for ticket link + the bad bitch club in bio. There only a limited amount of tickets so set ur alarms 🚨!! Special DJ set by our loves @polyesterzine So excited!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! See you !!! ♥️♥️

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