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Laura Marling And Mike Lindsay's New Project LUMP Announce November London Garage Show

Tuesday, 11 September 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Photo: Mathew Parri & Esteban Diacono

LUMP have announced an autumn London date.

The duo, Laura Marling and Mike Lindsay, will perform at the Garage in November 21, with tickets for the show on general sale at 10am on September 13.

The show follows a run of dates, including two at Oslo in Hackney, accompanying the release of their self-titled LP under the new moniker in June.

LUMP Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Wed November 21 2018 - LONDON Garage

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