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Kamikaze Girls To Support The World Is A Beautiful Place And I Am No Longer Afraid To Die

Friday, 09 February 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Kamikaze Girls will support The World Is A Beautiful Place and I Am No Longer Afraid To Die on their spring tour.

The punk duo released their debut album, 'Seafoam', via Big Scary Monsters in June, while The World Is A Beautiful Place And I Am No Longer Afraid To Die are touring in support of their third full length, 'Always Foreign', which was released in September via Epitaph.

The tour features stops in Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester, Glasgow, Newcastle, Bristol, Brighton and London between March 5 and 13, with tickets on sale now.

The World Is A Beautiful Place and I Am No Longer Afraid To Die Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Mon March 05 2018 - BIRMINGHAM Asylum
Tue March 06 2018 - LEEDS Brudenell Social Club
Wed March 07 2018 - MANCHESTER Rebellion
Thu March 08 2018 - GLASGOW Classic Grand
Sat March 10 2018 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE University
Sun March 11 2018 - BRISTOL Thekla
Mon March 12 2018 - BRIGHTON Haunt
Tue March 13 2018 - LONDON Garage

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