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The Murder Capital have signed up for a series of instores

They're planned for August.
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Published: 2:44 pm, June 25, 2019
The Murder Capital have signed up for a series of instores

The Murder Capital have signed up for a series of instores.

The dates surround the release of their upcoming debut album ‘When I Have Fears’, due on 16th August via Human Season Records.

The details are:

AUGUST
19 GLASGOW – Monorail – performance + signing
20 MANCHESTER – FOPP (afternoon show) – performance + signing
21 LEEDS – Crash – signing
22 LONDON – Rough Trade East (afternoon show) - performance + signing
22 BRIGHTON – Resident Music (evening) – performance + signing

The band will also play Citadel, Latitude and more over the summer, plus headline tours in July and October.

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