‘Photo Opportunity’ follows ‘Cut And Run’ - complete with its workout video - and ‘Chokehold’, which saw Laurie Vincent auditioning for a new drummer after Isaac left the band to pursue a career in dancing, and the new cut shows a more contemplative side to the duo.
View Slaves’ upcoming tour dates - including a massive, newly-announced run of November UK dates - and listen to ‘Chokehold’ below.
12 Hungary, Sziget Festival
16 Kingston, Banquet Records (New Slang)
18 Leeds, Crash Records instore @ Headrow House
19 Manchester, HMV
19 Sheffield, Bear Tree Records instore @ Picture House Social
20 Whitstable, Gatefield Sounds
20 Canterbury, Vinylstore JR
20 Deal, Smugglers
21 Nottingham, Rough Trade (two shows)
22 London, Rough Trade East
23 Brighton, Resident
24-26 Reading & Leeds Festival
28 Salt Lake City, Crucial Fest
06 California, Cal Jam Fest
07 Newcastle, O2 Academy Newcastle
08 Glasgow, Barrowlands
10 Nottingham, Rock City
12 Belfast, Limelight
13 Dublin, Academy
15 Norwich, UEA
16 Liverpool, O2 Academy
17 Manchester, Academy
19 Leeds, O2 Academy
20 Bristol, O2 Academy
22 Cardiff, Tramshed
23 Birmingham, O2 Academy
24 London, Alexandra Palace
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