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August 2020
On the road

Lazy Day are heading out on a UK tour this autumn

They'll also support SASAMI at Moth Club in London.
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Published: 4:06 pm, August 21, 2019
Lazy Day are heading out on a UK tour this autumn

Lazy Day are heading out on a UK and European tour this autumn.

The band - led by frontwoman Tilly Scantlebury - will play a number of shows, including support slots with SASAMI and City Calm Down. Support at their own headline shows will come from Wych Elm and Junodream.

The details are:

SEPTEMBER
24 London, UK - Moth Club (w/ SASAMI)
28 Leeds, UK - Reb'Elle Fest @ Temple of Boom

OCTOBER
4 Berlin, DE - Privatclub (w/ City Calm Down)
5 Hamburg, DE - Molotow (w/ City Calm Down)
6 Cologne, DE - MTC (w/ City Calm Down)
7 Haldern, DE - Pop Bar
10 Dublin, IE - The Sound House
11 Belfast, UK - McHugh's Basement Bar
12 Glasgow, UK - Tenement Trail
19 Norwich, UK - Wild Paths Festival
31 Guildford, UK - Boileroom (w/ Wych Elm)

NOVEMBER
1 Brighton, UK - Hope (w/ Wych Elm) Ruin (w/ Wych Elm)
2 Leicester, UK - The Cookie (w/ Wych Elm)
7 Birmingham, UK - Sunflower Lounge (w/ Junodream)
8 Manchester, UK - Jimmy's (w/ Junodream)
9 Liverpool, UK - Sound Basement (w/ Junodream)

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