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Seafret have announced a new album and headline tour for March

They've shared new single 'Fall', too.
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Published: 10:36 am, October 22, 2019
Seafret have announced a new album and headline tour for March

Seafret have announced a new album and headline tour.

‘Most Of Us Are Strangers’ will be released on 7th February, accompanied by a European live jaunt that will see them play several shows in the UK mid-March:

MARCH
10 Glasgow, St Luke’s
11 Manchester, Club Academy
13 Leeds, Stylus
14 Bristol, SWX
15 Exeter, The Phoenix
17 Brighton, Concorde 2
18 London, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire
20 Dublin, Academy

JUNE
06 Bridlington, Spa

Of their new single 'Fall', the band comment: "Sometimes it feels like all the doors are closing around you and you can start losing heart in what you’re doing or where you are in your life. ‘Fall’ was written about overcoming that feeling and never giving up."

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