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Kero Kero Bonito have confirmed a few new live shows for October

The band have a new album on the way, you know.
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Published: 12:18 pm, July 10, 2018Words: Sam Taylor.
Kero Kero Bonito have confirmed a few new live shows for October

Kero Kero Bonito recently confirmed a new London show, and now they’ve announced a few more dates.

The band will play a headline London show at Village Underground on 11th September, followed by nights in Brighton, Bristol, Manchester, Glasgow and Dublin.

Their latest single, ‘Time Today’ is taken from their upcoming (as yet unannounced) new album ‘Time ’n’ Place’, expected to land later this year. Sarah Bonito also recently teamed up with Oscar for 1UP’.

SEPTEMBER
11 LONDON Village Underground

OCTOBER
02 BRIGHTON Patterns
03 BRISTOL Rough Trade
04 MANCHESTER YES
05 GLASGOW Broadcast
06 DUBLIN Whelans

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