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Queen Zee To Support Dream Wife On October Tour

Tuesday, 10 July 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Queen Zee will head back out on the road this autumn, supporting Dream Wife.

The bands will link up for eight dates, culminating with a Halloween show at London’s KOKO, following stops in Glasgow, Nottingham, Leeds, Manchester, Coventry, Portsmouth and Brighton. Queen Zee also appear at Cardiff's Sŵn Festival.

Alex Go of Dream Wife has also remixed the new Queen zee single Sass or Die, which is out now on the band’s own label, Sasstone Records. 

Dream Wife, meanwhile, released their self-titled debut album in January.

Dream Wife Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Wed October 17 2018 - GALWAY Roisin Dubh
Thu October 18 2018 - DUBLIN Whelans
Sun October 21 2018 - BIRMINGHAM All Years Leaving
Mon October 22 2018 - GLASGOW Art School
Wed October 24 2018 - NOTTINGHAM Rescue Rooms
Thu October 25 2018 - LEEDS Wardrobe
Fri October 26 2018 - MANCHESTER Gorilla
Sat October 27 2018 - COVENTRY Coventry Central Library
Mon October 29 2018 - PORTSMOUTH Wedgewood Rooms
Tue October 30 2018 - BRIGHTON Concorde 2
Wed October 31 2018 - LONDON KOKO

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