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February 2021
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Shame have announced some new UK tour dates

They'll hit the road in November in support of new album 'Drunk Tank Pink'.
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Published: 2:00 pm, January 08, 2021Words: Stephen Ackroyd.
Shame have announced some new UK tour dates

Shame have announced a new set of tour dates to support their imminent new album 'Drunk Tank Pink'.

The really very good follow up to 2018's 'Songs Of Praise' is released next Friday (15th January). They'll back it up with a run of UK dates this November (fingers crossed - Ed), kicking off in Cardiff on the 9th before stopping off in Birmingham, London, Brighton, Norwich, Sheffield, Leeds, Glasgow, Newcastle, Cambridge, Manchester, Liverpool and Bristol.

The news comes shortly after a video for new song 'Nigel Hitter', one of four tracks we've heard from 'Drunk Tank Pink' alongside 'Alphabet', 'Water In The Well' and 'Snow Day'. You can read our recent cover feature with the band here.

The live dates read:

November 2021
9 Tramshed, Cardiff
10 The Mill, Birmingham
12 Electric Brixton, London (sold out)
13 Electric Brixton, London
15 CHALK, Brighton
16 Waterfront, Norwich
17 Leadmill, Sheffield
19 Beckett’s, Leeds
20 QMU, Glasgow
21 Boiler Shop, Newcastle
23 Junction, Cambridge
24 O2 Ritz, Manchester
25 Arts Club, Liverpool
26 SWX, Bristol

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