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Friendly Fires have debuted another new track, 'Run The Wild Flowers'

The latest taster of their comeback album 'Inflorescent' is streaming now.
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Published: 9:00 pm, July 25, 2019 Photos: Patrick Gunning.
Friendly Fires have debuted another new track, 'Run The Wild Flowers'

Don the disco pants, those dancefloor dandies Friendly Fires have delivered another bop.

The latest taster of their comeback album 'Inflorescent' comes in the form of 'Run The Wild Flowers'. You can check it out below.

'Inflorescent' is set to be released on 16th August, and will be supported by a run of live dates in October and November. Kicking off in London on 30th October, they'll go on to play Birmingham, Manchester, Dublin, Berlin, Paris and Amsterdam.

Tickets for the shows go on sale this Friday, 26th July. You can check out the dates after the jump:

October
30 Roundhouse, London

November
1 O2 Institute 1, Birmingham
2 Albert Hall, Manchester
4 The Academy, Dublin
6 Musik & Frieden, Berlin
8 La Maroquinerie, Paris
10 Q Factory, Amserdam

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