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Seamus Fogarty Shares New Track Heels Over Head

Wednesday, 20 September 2017 Written by Jon Stickler

Seamus Fogarty has released a new track, Heels Over Head.  

The song arrives prior to the release of the alt-folk artist's second album, 'The Curious Hand', his first release on Domino, which arrives on October 6.

Fogarty supports the release with a UK tour in November.

Seamus Fogarty Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Wed October 04 2017 - LONDON Old Queens Head
Fri November 03 2017 - CASTLEBAR Christ Church
Wed November 08 2017 - DUBLIN Workmans Club
Thu November 09 2017 - GALWAY Roisin Dubh
Fri November 10 2017 - WATERFORD Phil Grimes
Sat November 11 2017 - LIMERICK Kasbah Social Club
Sun November 12 2017 - CORK Roundy
Tue November 21 2017 - BRISTOL Canteen
Wed November 22 2017 - YORK Basement
Thu November 23 2017 - SHEFFIELD Regather Works
Fri November 24 2017 - GLASGOW Hug and Pint
Sun November 26 2017 - BRIGHTON Prince Albert

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