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Frank Carter And The Rattlesnakes Share Spray Paint Love Video

Thursday, 02 November 2017 Written by Laura Johnson

Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes have shared a video for their new single.

Spray Paint Love is first new material to emerge from the band since the release of their sophomore album, 'Modern Ruin', at the start of the year. The video, meanwhile, was directed by Ross Cairns.

Carter and the Rattlesnakes will head out on their UK and Ireland tour later this month, which will conclude on December 8 at the O2 Academy Brixton in London.

Frank Carter And The Rattlesnakes Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Mon November 27 2017 - BELFAST Mandela Hall
Tue November 28 2017 - DUBLIN Tivoli Theatre
Fri December 01 2017 - BRISTOL O2 Academy Bristol
Sat December 02 2017 - BIRMINGHAM O2 Institute
Sun December 03 2017 - MANCHESTER O2 Ritz
Tue December 05 2017 - GLASGOW O2 ABC
Wed December 06 2017 - NOTTINGHAM Rock City
Thu December 07 2017 - NORWICH Norwich U.E.A.
Fri December 08 2017 - LONDON O2 Academy Brixton

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