Fresh from an appearance opening the Obelisk Arena at this weekend’s Latitude, Slow Club are currently celebrating the release of their new album. Right now, they’re in the midst of playing a slew of festivals, but the band have also got one eye on the future: they’ve just confirmed plans for a one-off show this November.
The duo, who released their third album ‘Complete Surrender’ just last week, will be performing at London’s Electric Brixton on 11th November.
Tickets for the show will go on sale this Friday (25th July) at 9am.
Their full list of upcoming tour dates, including their forthcoming appearances at Tramlines and Wilderness Festival, can be found below.
25 Kingston, Banquet Records (Instore)
27 Yorkshire, Deer Shed Festival
27 Sheffield, Tramlines 2014
28 Birmingham, The Temple
08 - 10 Oxfordshire, Wilderness Festival
24 Portsmouth, Victorious Festival
14 London, On Blackheath Festival
11 London, Electric Brixton
Slow Club’s new album ‘Complete Surrender is out now.
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