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The Slow Readers Club have unveiled details of their fourth album, 'The Joy Of The Return'

They've a new single and a big old tour, too.
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Published: 12:13 pm, January 23, 2020
The Slow Readers Club have unveiled details of their fourth album, 'The Joy Of The Return'

The Slow Readers Club have announced their fourth album, 'The Joy Of The Return'.

Due out on 20th March via Modern Sky UK, the news arrives alongside new single 'All I Hear', and details of a lengthy March-April-May tour.

“I think it’s definitely our most interesting and accomplished record musically,” says singer Aaron Starkie of the record. “Lyrically the album covers love, alienation, the rise of right-wing populism and comments on algorithm-driven propaganda. And as always, I try to deliver those lyrics with an uplifting melody.”

The UK leg of the tour will visit:

MARCH
23 King George’s Hall, Blackburn
24 The Sage 2, Gateshead
25 The Liquid Room, Edinburgh
27 O2 Academy, Liverpool
28 O2 Institute 2, Birmingham
29 The Globe, Cardiff
30 Thekla, Bristol

APRIL
01 Pyramids Centre, Portsmouth
02 Concorde 2, Brighton
03 Electric Ballroom, London
04 Rock City, Nottingham
06 Junction, Cambridge
07 Foundry, Sheffield
08 Beckett University, Leeds
09 Pyramid & Parr Hall, Warrington

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