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September 2019
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Local Natives are hitting the road for a UK tour this autumn

They've six new dates announced for October.
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Published: 12:12 pm, April 16, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Local Natives are hitting the road for a UK tour this autumn

Local Natives have announced a new UK tour for later this year.

The band - who release their new album ‘Violet Street’ on 26th April - will hit the road from 10th October in Brighton, going on to play Manchester, Edinburgh, Leeds, London and Bristol.

They’re also playing all through summer, with sets at Rough Trade East and Oslo in London on 29th and 30th April, followed by a US tour.

The new UK shows read:

OCTOBER
10 BRIGHTON, UK @ Concorde 2
11 MANCHESTER, UK @ Gorilla
14 EDINBURGH, UK @ Summerhall
15 LEEDS, UK @ Belgrave Music Hall
16 LONDON, UK @ Electric Brixton
17 BRISTOL, UK @ The Fleece

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