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Hellions Announce UK Tour For July

Thursday, 14 June 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Hellions will return to the UK this summer.

The Australian quintet will be joined by special guests Chapter and Verse at shows throughout July, with tickets on sale now. The run also includes festival appearances at 2000trees, Truck Festival and Y-Not Festival

The band released their latest single, X Mwah, earlier this year. The track is their first new music since they released 'Opera Oblivia' back in 2016 via UNFD.

Hellions Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Wed July 11 2018 - LONDON Old Blue Last
Thu July 12 2018 - BIRMINGHAM Sunflower Lounge
Sat July 14 2018 - MILTON KEYNES Crauford Arms
Sun July 15 2018 - BOURNEMOUTH Anvil
Tue July 17 2018 - DOVER Booking Hall
Wed July 18 2018 - BRISTOL Hy Brasil
Thu July 19 2018 - NEWPORT Le Pub
Sat July 21 2018 - GUILDFORD Boileroom
Mon July 23 2018 - NORWICH UEA Waterfront Studio
Tue July 24 2018 - HUDDERSFIELD Parish
Wed July 25 2018 - GLASGOW Garage (Attic)
Thu July 26 2018 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Think Tank?
Sat July 28 2018 - LONDON Birthdays

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