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Jealous Of The Birds Announces November UK Tour

Tuesday, 10 July 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Photo: Daniel Alexander Harris

Jealous of the Birds has announced four headlining shows.

Naomi Hamilton has stops planned in Birmingham, Nottingham, Manchester and London, where she'll play the Islington on November 15.

Tickets are on sale at 10am on July 13, the same day Hamilton releases her new EP, ‘The Moths Of What I Want Will Eat Me In My Sleep’.

The run will follow her previously confirmed headlining show at Dublin's Workmans Club on September 27 and a date supporting Suede at the Bord Gais Energy Theatre on October 14.

Jealous of the Birds Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu September 27 2018 - DUBLIN Workmans Club
Mon November 12 2018 - BIRMINGHAM Sunflower Lounge
Tue November 13 2018 - NOTTINGHAM Chameleon
Wed November 14 2018 - MANCHESTER Yes Basement
Thu November 15 2018 - LONDON Islington

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