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November 2018
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Lucy Rose shares new bonus track, ‘End Up Here’

It follows the release of new album 'Something's Changing'.
Published: 11:45 pm, October 26, 2017
Lucy Rose shares new bonus track, ‘End Up Here’
Lucy Rose has released the "bonus track" she was teasing online yesterday.

"New bonus track out tomorrow!" she posted on both Twitter and Facebook, alongside a short video clip - and now it's here, listen to ‘End Up Here’ below.

The track follows the release of new album 'Something's Changing', and precedes a lengthy UK tour which will kick off in Bristol at St Georges on 1st November.

It also includes a night at London’s O2 Shepherds Bush Empire on 3rd November.



Her tour will visit:

NOVEMBER
1 St Georges, Bristol
2 Phoenix, Exeter
3 O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, London
4 Old Market, Brighton
6 Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester
7 Brudenell, Leeds
8 Trades Club, Hebden Bridge
9 Plug, Sheffield
11 Whelan’s, Dublin
12 Stanley Theatre, Liverpool
13 Fruit, Hull
14 Caves, Edinburgh
15 Oran Mor, Glasgow
17 Guildhall, Gloucester
18 Tramshed, Cardiff
19 SJE Arts, Oxford
21 Glee Club, Birmingham
22 Glee Club, Nottingham
23 Junction, Cambridge
24 Engine Rooms, Southampton

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