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The Amorettes And Love Zombies Announce Co-Headline UK Tour

Monday, 04 July 2016 Written by Laura Johnson

The Amorettes and Love Zombies will hit the road for a co-headline tour this autumn.

The Scottish trio and London band, both of which have new albums available for pre-order through Pledge Music, will make stops in Leeds, Newcastle, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Manchester, Bristol, Southampton and London between September 22 and 30. Tickets are on sale now, priced from £7.50 plus fees.

Discussing the tour, the Amorettes drummer Hannah McKay said:

"We can't wait to tour with the awesome Love Zombies. We first met them when we both played Camden Rocks Festival a couple years back, and our paths have crossed a few times since then. Hollis was really supportive of our pledge campaign, and this co-headline UK jaunt is going to rock. Don't miss it!!!"

The Amorettes Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows:

Thu September 22 2016 - LEEDS Key Club
Fri September 23 2016 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Cluny 2
Sat September 24 2016 - GLASGOW King Tuts
Sun September 25 2016 - EDINBURGH Electric Circus
Mon September 26 2016 - MANCHESTER Gullivers
Wed September 28 2016 - BRISTOL Exchange
Thu September 29 2016 - SOUTHAMPTON Joiners
Fri September 30 2016 - LONDON Black Heart

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