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September 2019
On the road

Mallory Knox are hitting the road for a new headline tour in September

The band will be playing in support of their self-titled new album.
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Published: 10:44 am, May 20, 2019
Mallory Knox are hitting the road for a new headline tour in September

Mallory Knox have announced a new headline tour for autumn.

The band will be playing in support of their self-titled new album, due 16th August via A Wolf At Your Door.

“This tour will take us back to a lot of places we haven't visited in years, and in some cases to places we've never played before,” says vocalist and bassist Sam Douglas

“It's gonna be great to get back out there and finally show everyone what we've been working on for so long.”

They’ll also play a special album release show in their hometown of Cambridge on 16th August, as well as Hang Tight Festival and Truck.

The tour will visit:

SEPTEMBER
15 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
16 Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
17 The Fleece, Bristol
19 The Horn, St Albans
20 Met Lounge, Peterborough
21 BlackMarket VIP, Hastings
23 Phase 1, Liverpool
24 Gorilla, Manchester
25 Foundry, Sheffield
27 Underworld Camden, London
29 The Boileroom, Guildford
30 Mama Roux's, Birmingham

OCTOBER
01 Waterfront Studio, Norwich
02 Polar Bear, Hull
04 MK11, Milton Keynes
06 Key Club, Leeds
07 Think Tank?, Newcastle
09 Cavern, Exeter
10 Frog & Fiddle, Cheltenham
11 The Shed, Leicester
12 Booking Hall, Dover
13 Esquires, Bedford

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