Cheatahs announce new EP, ‘’紫’ (Murasaki)

Cheatahs announce new EP, ‘’紫’ (Murasaki)

Hear the title track now.

Cheatahs have announced details of a new EP, set for release this May.

‘紫’ (Murasaki) - inspired in part by Shikibu novel ‘The Tale of Genji’ - will be released on 4th May, shortly before the band’s co-headline tour with No Joy.

It follows another EP, ‘Sunne’, out back in February.

Cheatahs are touring in support of The Vaccines currently, playing tonight at Baths Hall in Scunthorpe.

MARCH
31 Scunthorpe Baths Hall*

APRIL
1 Manchester Albert Hall*`
3 Portsmouth Pyramids Centre*

MAY
10 Birmingham Hare & Hounds
11 London Oslo
13 Leeds Brudenell Social Club
14 York Fulford Arms
15 Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach
16 Bristol Louisiana
20 Brighton Prince Albert

Listen to the EP’s title track below.

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