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Normandie Unveil Video For Title Track Of Second Album 'White Flag'

Thursday, 23 August 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Normandie have shared a video accompanying the title track of their upcoming album, 'White Flag'.

The Swedish quartet's second full length is set to arrive through Easy Life Records on October 26, while the track serves as the second single to be shared from the record, following Ecstasy.

Normandie will make their Reading and Leeds festival debut this coming weekend, before they tour as main support to Hands Like Houses in October. The four-piece have also been confirmed to support Crossfaith on their forthcoming European tour, alongside Blood Youth. Tickets for all dates are on sale now.





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