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The Night Café have unveiled a brand new video for 'Finders Keepers'

It's the most recent track to arrive from the band's forthcoming debut album '0151'.
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Published: 12:24 pm, July 05, 2019
The Night Café have unveiled a brand new video for 'Finders Keepers'

The Night Café have unveiled a brand new video for 'Finders Keepers'.

The most recent track to arrive from the band's forthcoming debut album '0151', you can check it out below. It follows up on the previously revealed 'Turn' and 'Please' in previewing the album, which is set for release on 23rd August via AWAL Recordings.

The Night Café are set to hit the road this September and October. Following on from appearances at Sounds of the City and Reading and Leeds across the summer, you can find their full tour schedule after the jump.

JULY
6 Sounds of the City Castlefield Bowl, Manchester

AUGUST
23/24 Reading and Leeds Festival

SEPTEMBER
21 The Academy, Dublin
22 McHughs Basement Bar, Belfast
25 The Waterfront, Norwich
26 The O2 Institute, Birmingham
27 The Tramshed, Cardiff
28 SWX Bristol, Bristol
30 O2 Academy Oxford, Oxford

OCTOBER
01 Sub 89, Reading
03 1865, Southampton
04 Electric Ballroom, London
05 Electric Ballroom, London
07 The Junction, Cambridge
08 Rock City, Nottingham
09 The Albert Hall, Manchester
12 The Plug, Sheffield
13 Riverside, Newcastle
15 The Tunnels, Aberdeen
16 SWG3, Glasgow
17 Stylus, Leeds
18 Olympia, Liverpool

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