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Esprit D'Air Announce 2018 'Constellations' Tour, Share New Single Rebirth

Wednesday, 21 June 2017 Written by Jon Stickler

Esprit D'Air have announced plans to tour the UK in 2018.

Following their performance at London's Camden Rocks earlier this month, the Japanese rock trio have lined up shows in London, Cardiff, Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle and Glasgow in February as part of a tour supporting their new album, 'Constellations', which arrives on June 30.

'Constellations'

1. Ignition
2. Rebirth
3. Guiding Light
4. The Hunter
5. Starstorm
6. The Awakening
7. Reminisce
8. Versus

For a limited time, the band are giving away their single, Rebirth. Click here to download the track. Esprit D'Air also appear at the fifth Rockmantic Weekender in Carlisle on February 10.

Esprit D Air Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Mon February 05 2018 - LONDON Underworld
Tue February 06 2018 - CARDIFF Buffalo Bar
Wed February 07 2018 - BIRMINGHAM Mama Roux
Thu February 08 2018 - MANCHESTER Sound Control
Fri February 09 2018 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Jumpin Jacks
Sun February 11 2018 - GLASGOW Audio

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