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September 2019
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The S.L.P.'s new video for 'The Youngest Gary' should probs come with a 'don't try this at home' warning

It’s a track from his upcoming self-titled debut solo album.
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Published: 12:16 pm, August 02, 2019
The S.L.P.'s new video for 'The Youngest Gary' should probs come with a 'don't try this at home' warning

'Serge from Kasabian', operating under his new guise of The S.L.P., has released a new video for ‘The Youngest Gary’.

It’s a track from his upcoming self-titled debut solo album, set to arrive on 30th August, followed by a bunch of live dates throughout September.

The tour kicks off in Glasgow on 5th September, before heading to Manchester and Birmingham. It finishes off with two nights at Hackney's EartH:

SEPTEMBER
5 Glasgow SWG3
6 Manchester O2 Ritz
7 Birmingham O2 Institute
9 London EartH
10 London EartH

You can check out ‘The Youngest Gary’ below.

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