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Kero Kero Bonito Share Video For New Single Make Believe

Monday, 17 September 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Tracey Ng

Kero Kero Bonito have released a new single.

Make Believe is their first release for Polyvinyl and arrives with b-side World Tour 2018, which was initially shared in July. It's not yet clear if the song will feature on their second album, 'Time ‘n’ Place', with further details expected on that front shortly.

Meanwhile, head below to check out director James Hankins' video for Make Believe, which is an indie-pop number that will almost instantly get your toe tapping.

Kero Kero Bonito will head to the UK and Ireland in October as part of their world tour and will return to the UK again in February for shows in Manchester, Bristol and Glasgow. They will also visit North America and Europe later this year.

Kero Kero Bonito Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Tue October 02 2018 - BRIGHTON Patterns
Wed October 03 2018 - BRISTOL Rough Trade
Thu October 04 2018 - MANCHESTER YES (The Pink Room)
Fri October 05 2018 - GLASGOW Broadcast
Sat October 06 2018 - DUBLIN Whelans
Thu February 07 2019 - MANCHESTER Gorilla
Fri February 08 2019 - BRISTOL Thekla
Sat February 09 2019 - GLASGOW SWG3

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