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Bearfoot Beware To Support 'Sea Magnolia' With March Tour

Tuesday, 13 February 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Bearfoot Beware have announced a spring UK tour.

The Leeds DIY punk trio will accompany the release of their new album, 'Sea Magnolia', out on March 16 through Superstar Destroy Records, with stops in Glasgow, Leeds, Manchester, Sheffield, Nottingham and Bristol between March 12 and 24.

To celebrate the news, the band have shared a live session video for new track, Knots in The Rope. 

Bearfoot Beware Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Mon March 12 2018 - GLASGOW Old Hairdressers
Thu March 15 2018 - LEEDS Wharf Chambers
Fri March 16 2018 - MANCHESTER Soup Kitchen
Sat March 17 2018 - SHEFFIELD Audacious Art Experiment
Fri March 23 2018 - NOTTINGHAM JT Soar
Sat March 24 2018 - BRISTOL Mothers Ruin

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