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Squid have announced a bunch of dates for next spring which will culminate with their sold-out Scala show

They've also just released four-track EP.
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Published: 2:42 pm, November 15, 2019
Squid have announced a bunch of dates for next spring which will culminate with their sold-out Scala show

Squid have announced a bunch of shows for next spring.

The new dates will lead up to their sold-out night at London's Scala on 2nd April, following on from their just-finished headline run, and support shows with Metronomy.

They've also just released four-track EP 'Town Centre' today (Friday, 15th November) via Speedy Wunderground - have a listen below, and catch them live at the following:

MARCH
17 Birmingham, UK, Castle & Falcon
18 York, UK, The Crescent
20 Hebden Bridge, UK, The Trades Club
21 Manchester, UK, The White Hotel
23 Newcastle, UK The Cluny
24 Norwich, UK, Norwich Arts Centre
26 Bedford, UK, Bedford Esquires
27 Oxford, UK, The Bullingdon
30 Southampton, UK, The Joiners
31 Brighton, UK, Chalk

APRIL
02 London, UK, Scala

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