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Ho99o9 Reveal New Single Neighborhood Watch For Halloween

Friday, 27 October 2017 Written by Jon Stickler

Ho99o9 have revealed Neighborhood Watch as a surprise Halloween single.

Released via IHC 1NFINITY from IHEARTCOMIX, the track arrives ahead of the New Jersey natives' House of Horror After Party at Los Angeles’ Ace Hotel tonight. 

theOGM (Jean) and Yeti Bones (Eaddy) are also set to tour the UK and Europe starting in late November. Tickets are on sale now.

Ho99o9 Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri December 08 2017 - BRIGHTON Haunt
Sat December 09 2017 - BRISTOL Fiddlers
Sun December 10 2017 - MANCHESTER Manchester The Deaf Institute
Mon December 11 2017 - GLASGOW Stereo
Tue December 12 2017 - LEEDS Brudenell Social Club
Wed December 13 2017 - LONDON Electric Ballroom

Click here to compare & buy Ho99o9 Tickets at Stereoboard.com.





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