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Kamikaze Girls Announce Debut Album 'Seafoam', Share Video For New Single Berlin

Wednesday, 05 April 2017 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Katie McMillan 

Kamikaze Girls will release their debut album this summer.

'Seafoam' is due to arrive on June 9 through Big Scary Monsters in the UK and Wiretap Records in the US. Check out the video for the record's first single, Berlin, below.

The band will hit the road in June for a co-headline tour with Nervus, which will kick off on June 20 in Dundee and finish up in Cardiff's Buffalo Bar on June 29. Prior to this they have lined up a one-off show without Nervus at Gullivers in Manchester.

They will also play London's DIY Pop Fest later this month, Bristol's Deadpunk Special and The Great Escape in May, Grimsby's Gig Lebowski V in June and 2000trees and Truck Festival in July. 

Kamikaze Girls Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sat June 10 2017 - MANCHESTER Gullivers
Tue June 20 2017 - DUNDEE Conroys Basement
Wed June 21 2017 - EDINBURGH Bannermans
Thu June 22 2017 - LEEDS Wharf Chambers
Fri June 23 2017 - IPSWICH Smokehouse
Sat June 24 2017 - LONDON Sebright Arms
Sun June 25 2017 - WATFORD White Lion
Mon June 26 2017 - SOUTHAMPTON Alex
Tue June 27 2017 - BRIGHTON Hope and Ruin
Wed June 28 2017 - PORTSMOUTH Edge Of The Wedge
Thu June 29 2017 - CARDIFF Buffalo

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