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Members Of Hundred Reasons Form Acoustic Project Undead Raisins And Announce UK Tour

Monday, 06 August 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Undead Raisins, the acoustic outift fronted by Colin Doran and Andy Gilmour of Hundred Reasons, will tour the UK in October and November.

Doran and Gilmour will be accompanied by Tom Stevens in completing the Undead Raisins’ line up, with support coming from Holiday Oscar. The tour, meanwhile, includes stops in Manchester, Glasgow, Nottingham and Bristol, before two dates at Notting Hill Arts Club in London on November 2 and 3. Tickets are on sale at 10am on August 7.

"I'm both thrilled and honoured to be playing these songs live, on this tour, and with such amazing musicians,”  Stevens says. "The fact that the songs translate so well to an acoustic setting is testament to the unbelievable songwriting and strength of the original material. The festivals we've played as Undead Raisins over the past year have been absolutely incredible, and these shows promise to be no different!"

Undead Raisins Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sun October 28 2018 - MANCHESTER Night & Day
Mon October 29 2018 - GLASGOW Cathouse
Tue October 30 2018 - NOTTINGHAM Rock City - The Basement
Thu November 01 2018 - BRISTOL Tunnels
Fri November 02 2018 - LONDON Notting Hill Arts Club
Sat November 03 2018 - LONDON Notting Hill Arts Club

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