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Slaves Announce New Album 'Acts Of Fear And Love' And Intimate UK Shows

Friday, 06 July 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Slaves have announced their new album.

'Acts Of Fear And Love' will arrive on August 17 and follow up 2016's 'Take Control'. To celebrate the news the duo have lined up four intimate UK shows, with tickets available alongside pre-orders for the record via their website. They will call in Colchester, Pontypool, Dunfermline and Dover on July 22, 23, 25 and 28 respectively.

Head below to check out a trailer for the album and a video for its first single, Cut and Run, which was released in June.

Slaves Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sun July 22 2018 - COLCHESTER Colchester Arts Centre
Mon July 23 2018 - PONTYPOOL Dragonffli
Wed July 25 2018 - DUNFERMLINE PJ Molloys
Sat July 28 2018 - DOVER Booking Hall

Click here to compare & buy Slaves Tickets at Stereoboard.com.





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