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The Pigeon Detectives Invite Fans To Star In New Video

Friday, 15 March 2013 Written by Jon Stickler
The Pigeon Detectives Invite Fans To Star In New Video

The Pigeon Detectives are embarking on their most honest, raw and energetic phase yet and they're looking for extras to be in the video for their new single.

The single is from their upcoming fourth album, ‘We Met At Sea' which is released via Cooking Vinyl on 29th April 2013.

The next single is one of those tracks you'd expect from the band... it's great live! For the video, the film crew are looking to create that great live atmosphere you find at the bands' gigs and who better to be in the audience, then real fans themselves.

“This is a great opportunity for you to hear the song before everyone else (and maybe even see yourself in the final cut of the video!).

We'll reveal more on the day and if you want to attend, ensure that you SIGN UP as we won't be able to admit anyone that hasn't reserved a place. We'll meet you in the main bar area of The Wardrobe and you'll be advised from there.

Please note that you will hear the song a few times in order for us to get the right shots so you'll definitely be singing it on the way home!”
says the band.

Venue age restriction applies: 14+

The Wardrobe
St Peter's Square
LS9 Leeds

Monday, March 18th, 2013 from 5:30pm to 9:00pm

YOU MUST REGISTER TO BE ABLE TO BE A PART OF THIS: CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.

The Pigeon Detectives UK & Ireland Tour Dates are as follows:

Thu April 25th 2013 - 53 Degrees, Preston
Fri April 26th 2013 - Whitehaven Civic Hall, Whitehaven
Sat April 27th 2013 - Leadmill, Sheffield
Sun April 28th 2013 - Sugarmill, Stoke
Tue April 30th 2013 - Waterfront, Norwich
Wed May 1st 2013 - Library, The Institute, Birmingham
Thu May 2nd 2013 - Empire, Middlesbrough
Fri May 3rd 2013 - Arches, Glasgow, Glasgow
Sat May 4th 2013 - Live At Leeds, Leeds
Mon May 6th 2013 - Junction, Cambridge
Tue May 7th 2013 - Nottingham Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
Wed May 8th 2013 - Thekla, Bristol
Thu May 9th 2013 - Dingwalls, London
Fri May 10th 2013 - Brighton Coalition, Brighton
Sat May 11th 2013 - Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth

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