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Penelope Isles have announced details of their debut album, 'Until The Tide Creeps In'

The news comes alongside the video for recent single 'Chlorine', which you can check out now.
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Published: 8:42 pm, April 11, 2019
Penelope Isles have announced details of their debut album, 'Until The Tide Creeps In'

Penelope Isles have announced details of their debut album.

The Brighton band will drop 'Until The Tide Creeps In' on 12th July via Bella Union. The news comes alongside the video for recent single 'Chlorine', which you can check out below.

A long run of live dates kicks off next week at London's Moth Club, with stops off at various festivals across the summer, and shows planned through to the end of the year.

The dates read:

April
17 London, Moth Club
27 Reading, Are You Listening?

May
4 Liverpool, Liverpool Sound City
5 Manchester, Sounds From The Other City
7 Paris, Le Supersonic
9 Brighton, The Great Escape
10 Brighton, The Alternative Escape
11 Brighton, The Great Escape
16 Wrexham, FOCUS Wales
24 Amsterdam, London Calling

June
15 Maastricht, Transformer Festival
25 Kiel, FahrradKinoKombinat
26 Berlin, Urban Spree
30 Offenbach, Hafen 2

July
6 Six Fours Les Plages, Festival Pointu
26 Topcliffe, Deer Shed Festival

August
11 Cornwall, Boardmasters
16 Breacon Beacons, Green Man Festival
17 Hasselt, Pukkelpop

September
22 Rotterdam, V11
24 Frankfurt, The Cave
25 Dresden, Ostpol
26 Leipzig, Nochbesserleben
29 Karlsruhe, P8

November
9 Reykjavik, Iceland Airwaves
25 Guildford, The Boileroom
26 Cambridge, Portland Arms
27 Dublin, Whelan’s

December
1 Newcastle, Cluny 2
2 Glasgow, Hug & Pint
3 York, The Fulford Arms
4 Leicester, The Cookie
6 Bristol, Rough Trade Bristol

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