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Beak> Post New Single Brean Down

Wednesday, 11 July 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Beak> have shared a new single, Brean Down.

It will feature on their forthcoming LP, '>>>', which is due for release on September 21 through Invada Records and Temporary Residence in North America.

The band will play Green Man festival in August, prior to supporting Oh Sees in Margate on August 31 and the Forum in London on September 3. They have also confirmed a headline show at the Foundry in Sheffield on October 4, prior to a North American tour, which will kick off on October 7 at Columbia City Theater in Seattle and conclude at Elsewhere in Brooklyn on October 19.

Beak Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu October 04 2018 - SHEFFIELD Foundry

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