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April 2020
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Jake Bugg is going to be road-testing new songs at shows this winter

He's five new dates booked in for November. 
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Published: 10:53 am, September 09, 2019
Jake Bugg is going to be road-testing new songs at shows this winter

Jake Bugg is going to be road-testing new songs this winter.

Touring throughout November, he's dates planned in Nottingham, Glasgow, Leeds, Manchester, and at London's Roundhouse.

"He'll be releasing new music this year," the press release explains. "Having recently signed a new record deal with RCA, Jake's been writing his new album and working with producer Andrew Watt (Post Malone, Lana Del Ray) in Los Angeles."

The tour will visit:

NOVEMBER
16 NOTTINGHAM, Rock City
17 GLASGOW, Barrowland Ballroom
19 LEEDS, O2 Academy
20 MANCHESTER, Academy
21 LONDON, Roundhouse

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