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Greywind Announce Debut Headline UK Tour And Irish Dates Supporting You Me At Six

Monday, 08 October 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Greywind have announced their debut headline UK tour for December.

The Irish alt-rock siblings, Steph and Paul O'Sullivan, will wrap up touring behind their debut album, 'Afterthoughts', before hitting the studio to record new music.

The'll headline shows in Edinburgh, Birmingham, Nottingham, Manchester, Bridgwater, Southampton and London, where they'll play Thousand Island. In addition, Greywind were recently announced to support You Me At Six on their anniversary shows in Dublin and Belfast next month. Steph said:

"We're so excited to announce our first ever headline tour. It's going to be the perfect end to the year for us to finally headline across the UK before we focus on recording new music in 2019. These shows are going to be so special and we can't wait for them."

Greywind Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Mon December 10 2018 - EDINBURGH Bannermans
Tue December 11 2018 - BIRMINGHAM Flapper
Wed December 12 2018 - NOTTINGHAM Bodega Social
Thu December 13 2018 - LONDON London Thousand Island
Fri December 14 2018 - MANCHESTER Factory
Sat December 15 2018 - BRIDGWATER Cobblestones
Sun December 16 2018 - SOUTHAMPTON Joiners

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