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Gengahr have announced a new album 'Sanctuary'

The news comes alongside a first taster of the record, 'Everything & More'.
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Published: 10:06 am, October 03, 2019
Gengahr have announced a new album 'Sanctuary'

Gengahr are back!

The quartet are returning with news of a brand new album - their third - which is set for release early next year.

Titled 'Sanctuary', it'll drop on 31st January and is produced by Jack Steadman of Bombay Bicycle Club.

The news comes alongside a first taster of the record, 'Everything & More', which was debuted on Annie Mac's BBC Radio 1 show last night.

As well as that, they'll be heading out on tour this November as guests of Bombay Bicycle Club before embarking on a full UK and European headline run in February.

You can check out those dates, and 'Everything & More', below.

November
4 Nov: UK: Liverpool - Eventim Olympia *
5 UK: Dundee - Caird Hall *
6 UK: Nottingham - Rock City *
7 UK: Bath - Pavilion *
8 UK: London - O2 Academy Brixton *

13 Manchester - Band On The Wall
14 Leeds - Brudenell Social Club (Main Room)
16 Glasgow - King Tuts
17 Dublin - The Sound House
19 Bristol - Fleece
20 Brighton - Patterns
21 London - EartH
24 Paris - Le Pop-Up Du Label
25 Brussels - VOLTA
26 Cologne - Blue Shell
27 Berlin - Maze
28 Munich - folks!
29 Hamburg: Molotow Skybar

March
2 Amsterdam - Paradiso (Upstairs)
10 Auckland - Neck Of The Woods
13 Sydney - Lansdowne
14 Melbourne - Howler

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