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Wolf Parade Share Cry III Video

Monday, 09 October 2017 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Shane McCauley

Wolf Parade have shared a new video called Cry III. 

The visual contains two tracks, King of Piss and Paper, and Artificial Life, from 'Cry Cry Cry', their first new album in seven years, which arrived last week through Sub Pop.

The band are set to support the release with a run of shows in the UK and Ireland next month. Tickets are on sale now.

Wolf Parade Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sat November 18 2017 - BRISTOL Thekla
Mon November 20 2017 - DUBLIN Button Factory
Tue November 21 2017 - MANCHESTER Gorilla
Wed November 22 2017 - LONDON O2 Forum Kentish Town

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