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May 2019
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Snail Mail has announced a new batch of US dates

She's also set to support Interpol at Madison Square Garden.
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Published: 9:39 am, February 05, 2019
Snail Mail has announced a new batch of US dates

Snail Mail - who released one of our favourite albums of last year in the form of debut 'Lush' - has announced a run of US dates, including a huge support slot with Interpol at Madison Square Garden.

Following that auspicious show on 16th February, she'll kick off her own run in July. Starting off in Kansas on the 17th, she'll finish up in Cleveland, Ohio on the 26th.

Snail Mail will be in the UK this June, where - as well as playing London's All Points East - she'll play dates in Birmingham and Manchester on the 3rd and 4th June respectively.

The new dates read:

FEBRUARY
16 New York, Madison Square Garden w/ Interpol, Car Seat Headrest

JULY
17 The Granada, Lawrence, KS
18 Off Broadway, St Louis, MO
19 Turner Hall, Milwaukee, WI
23 Exit/In, Nashville, TN
24 Headliner’s, Louisville, KY
25 Skully’s, Columbus, OH
26 Beachland Ballroom, Cleveland, OH

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