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Band Of Horses Reveal Details Of New Single 'Dilly'

Monday, 10 January 2011 Written by Jon Stickler
Band Of Horses Reveal Details Of New Single 'Dilly'

Band of Horses have announced that ‘Dilly’ will be the next single to be released from their critically-acclaimed album ‘Infinite Arms’ on Monday 14th February. The single will come backed with an exclusive cover of Cee-Lo Green’s ‘Georgia’.

The video for 'Dilly', inspired by biker films of 70s, was premiered on IMDb and can be seen HERE.

Following a phenomenal year of touring, 2011 will bring South Carolina’s finest back to our shores with a full UK tour calling at the following venues:

26th January / Newcastle Academy 
27th January / Glasgow Academy 
28th January / Birmingham Academy 1 
30th January / Bristol Academy
31st January / Leeds Academy 1 
1st February / Manchester Academy 1 
3rd February / London Brixton Academy 
4th February / Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion  

The Goldheart Assembly will be main support on all UK shows with Mojave 3 also confirmed to support (except Bexhill).

Tickets For Band Of Horses' January and February UK Shows are onsale now. Click Here to Compare & Buy Band Of Horses Tickets




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