Listen Filthy Friends share ‘November Man’ from forthcoming album

Filthy Friends share ‘November Man’ from forthcoming album

‘Emerald Valley’ is released in May.

Filthy Friends - that’s Sleater-Kinney’s Corin Tucker and Peter Buck of REM and pals - have shared new track ‘November Man’.

The song is taken from the group’s forthcoming album, ‘Emerald Valley’, released on 3rd May.

Both come ahead of a string of European tour dates, including a trio of UK and Ireland shows.

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27 Berlin Fetsaa
28 Paris Petit Bain
29 Dublin Button Factory
30 Oxted Barn Theatre
31 London Garage

Tickets are on sale now.

Listen to ‘November Man’ below.

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