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Squid are going to headline London's Scala next year

They've also a four-track EP coming.
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Published: 4:31 pm, October 10, 2019
Squid are going to headline London's Scala next year

Squid are going to headline London's Scala next year.

The 2nd April show will follow on from a load of dates this October and November, including festival sets at Neighbourhood, Simple Things and Swn, a UK headline tour, and support dates with Metronomy.

They've also a four-track EP coming, titled 'Town Centre', on 15th November via Speedy Wunderground.

Catch them live at the following:

OCTOBER
12 Tenement Trail, Glasgow, UK
12 Neighbourhood Festival, Manchester
19 Future Days, Birmingham, UK
19 Simple Things, Bristol, UK
20 Swn Festival, Cardiff, UK
21 The Shipping Forecast, Liverpool, UK
22 Yes, Manchester, UK
23 The Picture House, Sheffield, UK
24 Elsehwere, Margate, UK
25 London Calling, Amsterdam, Netherlands
27 Tunbridge Wells Forum, Tunbridge Wells, UK

NOVEMBER
1 Pitchfork Paris, Paris, France
2 Soy Festival, Nantes
6 Village Underground, London, UK (w/ Warmduscher)
7 Roundhouse, London, UK (w/ Metronomy)
8 Sonic City, Belgium
8-9 Primavera 20th Anniversary Weekender, Benidorm, Spain
10 Sonic City, Kortrijk, Belgium
11 02 Academy Leeds, Leeds (w/ Metronomy)
13 SWG3, Glasgow (w/ Metronomy)
16 02 Institute, Birmingham (w/ Metronomy)

APRIL
02 Scala, London

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