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The Sherlocks have released new single 'One Day' ahead of their February-March tour

They'll hit the road next week.
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Published: 10:46 am, February 13, 2020
The Sherlocks have released new single 'One Day' ahead of their February-March tour

The Sherlocks have released new single 'One Day' ahead of their February-March tour.

Taken from second album ‘Under Your Sky’, which is out now on Infectious Music, the single is backed by an acoustic version of single ‘NYC (Sing It Loud)’.

The band will soon hit the road for a bunch of headline dates that run from 21st February in Sheffield, and include a night at the Electric Ballroom in London.

The details are:

FEBRUARY
21 O2 Academy, Sheffield
23 O2 Institute 2, Birmingham
25 Rock City, Nottingham
26 Invisible Wind Factory, Liverpool
27 O2 Academy, Leeds
28 Boiler Shop, Newcastle Upon Tyne
29 SWG3 / TV Studio, Glasgow

MARCH
2 Electric Ballroom, London
3 Thekla, Bristol
5 Concorde 2, Brighton
6 Engine Rooms, Southampton
7 Tramshed, Cardiff

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