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Friendly Fires have confirmed a new European headline tour, with three nights in the UK

They'll play London, Birmingham and Manchester.
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Published: 10:32 am, July 17, 2019
Friendly Fires have confirmed a new European headline tour, with three nights in the UK

Friendly Fires have confirmed a new European headline tour, with three nights in the UK.

The band will hit the road in support of their new album ‘INFORESCENT’, due on 16th August via Polydor, performing at London’s Roundhouse, Birmingham’s O2 Institute 1 and Manchester’s Albert Hall.

The tour visits:

OCTOBER
30 Roundhouse, London, UK

NOVEMBER
01 O2 Institute 1, Birmingham, UK
02 Albert Hall, Manchester, UK
04 The Academy, Dublin, Ireland
06 Musik & Frieden, Berlin, Germany
08 Le Maroquinerie, Paris, France
10 Q Factory, Amsterdam, Holland

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