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Fickle Friends Announce Debut Album 'You Are Someone Else' And Accompanying Tour

Tuesday, 21 November 2017 Written by Jon Stickler

Photo: Daniel Alexander Harris

Fickle Friends have announced their debut album and an accompanying tour. 

The Brighton indie-pop quintet will see in the release of 'You Are Someone Else’, out on March 16 via Polydor Records, with 18 shows between February 26 and March 22, including a hometown stop at Concorde 2. Special guests are to be announced in due course.

Tickets go on sale at 10am on November 22.

Fickle Friends Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Mon February 26 2018 - CARDIFF Globe
Tue February 27 2018 - LEICESTER O2 Academy Leicester
Wed February 28 2018 - STOKE Sugarmill
Thu March 01 2018 - WREXHAM Central Station
Sat March 03 2018 - CARLISLE Brickyard
Sun March 04 2018 - ABERDEEN Lemon Tree
Tue March 06 2018 - YORK Fibbers
Wed March 07 2018 - HULL Welly
Thu March 08 2018 - PETERBOROUGH Met Lounge
Sat March 10 2018 - SOUTHEND Chinnerys
Sun March 11 2018 - NORWICH Epic Studios
Mon March 12 2018 - OXFORD O2 Academy Oxford
Wed March 14 2018 - PORTSMOUTH Wedgewood Rooms
Fri March 16 2018 - LINCOLN Platform
Sun March 18 2018 - BATH Komedia
Mon March 19 2018 - BRIGHTON Concorde 2
Wed March 21 2018 - LIVERPOOL O2 Academy 2 Liverpool
Thu March 22 2018 - EDINBURGH Belle

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