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April 2020
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Feet are hitting the road this October and November for a new headline tour

The dates are in support of their debut album, ‘What’s Inside Is More Than Just Ham’.
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Published: 11:00 am, June 05, 2019
Feet are hitting the road this October and November for a new headline tour

Feet have announced a new headline tour for the end of the year.

The band will hit the road following the release of their debut album, ‘What’s Inside Is More Than Just Ham’, which is now due on 4th October.

“Going into a first album, you don’t have any prior intentions, you just pack the car with cathartic autobiographies, some Carling, and if you’ve not been dropped by your management after a month, you’ve had a result,” the band say of the upcoming record.

“Without any real sense of direction of scope, the album became really a reflection of the 8 or 9 months we spent moving from place to place writing the fucker. You doss about with each other for the majority of a year, something’s bound to happen, something to write about, and fortunately, it did. And that’s the album. But that doesn’t sound very cool. It’s about drugs”.

The autumn tour will visit:

OCTOBER
19 Cardiff Swn Festival - Clwb Ifor Bach
20 Bristol Rough Trade
21 Bedfordshire Bedford Esquires
22 London The Camden Assembly
24 Tunbridge Wells Tunbridge Wells Forum
25 Ramsgate Ramsgate Music Hall
26 Brighton Patterns
27 Southampton Heartbreakers
29 Norwich Waterfront
30 Nottingham The Bodega

NOVEMBER
01 Manchester YES
02 Birmingham The Castle & Falcon
03 Liverpool Sound
05 Leeds, UK Hyde Park Book Club
06 Newcastle Think Tank
07 Edinburgh The Mash House
08 Glasgow Stereo
09 Dublin, IE The Sound House

You can also catch the band at Truck this summer, along with Wolf Alice, Two Door Cinema Club and more.

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