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Fizzy Blood Announce Forever Cult As Support On February Tour

Thursday, 07 December 2017 Written by Jon Stickler

Forever Cult will support Fizzy Blood on their February UK run.

The Leeds band will head out in support of their 'Summer Of Luv' EP, which arrived in September, with stops planned in Manchester, Glasgow, Leeds, Birmingham and London, where they'll play the Camden Assembly. Fizzy Blood vocalist, Benji Inkley said:

"We’re really excited to have Forever Cult support us on our first load of headline shows. We wanted to make the shows as special as they could be for everyone involved, audience and band members alike. So having these guys alongside us, who are some of our closest friends, Northern based and an incredible band that we feel our fans will love, is great."

February will also see Fizzy Blood hit the road with Spring King

Fizzy Blood Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu February 22 2018 - MANCHESTER Soup Kitchen
Fri February 23 2018 - GLASGOW Old Hairdressers
Sat February 24 2018 - LEEDS Headrow House
Tue February 27 2018 - BIRMINGHAM Sunflower Lounge
Wed February 28 2018 - LONDON Camden Assembly

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