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Indoor Pets are supporting Bad Sounds on tour

They'll hit the road together this October and November.
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Published: 10:16 pm, August 08, 2018Words: Stephen Ackroyd.
Indoor Pets are supporting Bad Sounds on tour

We love Bad Sounds. We love Indoor Pets. So there’s no surprises for anyone who guesses correctly that we’re Really Bloody Excited at the news that Indoor Pets will be supporting Bad Sounds on their UK tour this October and November.

The two bands will be joined by Dylan Cartlidge for the dates, which kick off at Norwich’s Waterfront before calling off in London, Brighton, Leicester, Manchester, Glasgow, Leeds, Nottingham and Birmingham. They’ll finish up at Brighton’s Haunt on 3rd November.

You can check out the full dates in the poster below.

Bad Sounds are on the cover of Dork’s Big Album Guide, which is out now, while Indoor Pets are set to play a Dork Live! show in Leeds this September.

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