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August 2020
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Everything Everything have planned out a new UK tour, and put their album back a little

They'll head out next March.
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Published: 11:58 am, July 24, 2020
Everything Everything have planned out a new UK tour, and put their album back a little

Everything Everything have planned out a UK tour for next March.

Their first full UK and Ireland headline tour in three years, the run is in support of their new album 'Re-Animator', which has also just moved back a little to 11th September.

The tour includes a London show at the historic Roundhouse, with tickets on general sale at 9am on Friday, 31st July. The dates are as follows:

MARCH
19 Nottingham, Rock City
20 Birmingham, O2 Academy
22 Norwich, UEA
23 Liverpool, O2 Academy
25 Manchester, Academy
26 Glasgow, SWG3 - Galvanizers
27 Newcastle, O2 Academy
29 Leeds, O2 Academy
30 Bristol, O2 Academy

APRIL
1 London, Roundhouse
3 Brighton, Dome
5 Dublin, Olympia Theatre

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