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April 2020
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Pulled Apart By Horses have prepped a comeback tour for September and October

They've been working on a new album.
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Published: 5:15 pm, May 30, 2019
Pulled Apart By Horses have prepped a comeback tour for September and October

Pulled Apart By Horses have announced a new UK tour, on which they're going to air new material.

The band are making their comeback this September, and they intend to debut new songs from the upcoming follow-up to 2017's 'The Haze'.

"We've been working for well over a year writing and recording material for the new record now,” they explain. “An urge to gig some of the new stuff and scratch that live itch has come about. So, we want to road-test some new tunes up close and personal with folks in some smaller venues this year."

The dates read:

SEPTEMBER
25 Tunbridge Wells Forum
26 Cambridge The Portland Arms
27 Bournemouth The Anvil
29 Bedford Esquires
30 Leicester The Cookie

OCTOBER
01 Plymouth The Junction
02 Newport Le Pub
04 Hebden Bridge Hebden Bridge Trades Club
05 Blackpool Bootleg Social
07 Edinburgh Stinky Pete’s
08 Sheffield Picture House Social
09 Stockton-On-Tees The Georgian Theatre
10 Liverpool Phase One

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