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Huddersfield garage-rock trio Knuckle have announced their debut album

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Published: 10:34 am, March 01, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Huddersfield garage-rock trio Knuckle have announced their debut album

Huddersfield garage-rock trio Knuckle have announced their debut album.

‘Life Is Hard When You’re Soft Inside’ follows on from EPs ‘This Weeks Been Hell…’ and ‘Strangers and Freaks’, and will arrive on 17th May via Philophobia.

The release will be accompanied by a few live shows, including a launch party on 18th May at The Parish.

"We're really excited to be launching the album at The Parish,” says Ben Wallbanks. “It's the place Jonny and I originally met, where Rob played his first gig with us and where we have released our two previous EPs. It kind of feels right. Huddersfield is doing really well at the moment, attracting bands some really great bands like Boy Azooga and The Wytches."

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Knuckle will play:

APRIL
19 The Peer Hat, Manchester

MAY
18 The Parish, Huddersfield
23 Vinyl Tap Records, Huddersfield (acoustic instore)
24 The Captain Cook, Staithes
25 Springboard Festival
28 Oporto, Leeds
29 The Social, London

JUNE
01 Long Division Festival
05 The Fulford Arms, York

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