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Kamikaze Girls Share Deathcap Video

Thursday, 25 May 2017 Written by Laura Johnson

Kamikaze Girls have shared a video for Deathcap.

The track is the second, following Berlin, to be lifted from their debut album, 'Seafoam', which is set to arrive on June 9 through Big Scary Monsters in the UK and Wiretap Records in the US.

The duo 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 will play a one-off show without Nervus at Gullivers in Manchester.

They have also lined up some summer festival appearances, including 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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