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September 2019
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Mallory Knox are on their way back with a one-off London show at The Borderline

The gig will mark their first headline show as a four-piece.
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Published: 10:45 am, April 24, 2019
Mallory Knox are on their way back with a one-off London show at The Borderline

Mallory Knox have announced a new one-off London date.

The gig will mark their first headline show as a four-piece, following a number of festival sets last summer after the departure of vocalist Mikey Chapman.

The band's Sam Douglas states: “It's been a long time coming but we're ready to start our next chapter. We're excited to finally be back in London at The Borderline to mark the start of what's to come.”

Find them at The Borderline on 15th May; tickets go on sale this Friday, 26th April at 10am.

Mallory Knox are currently working on new music too, so watch this space. They're also playing Truck Festival in July.

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