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Teleman Confirm Spring Show At London's EartH

Monday, 19 November 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Teleman have announced a spring London show.

The Londoners will play EartH (Evolutionary Arts Hackney) on April 24, with tickets for the show on general sale at 10am on November 21.

The indie-pop quartet released their third album, 'Family of Aliens', in September, following up last year's 'Fünf' EP.

Teleman Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows:

Wed April 24 2019 - LONDON EartH (Hackney Arts Centre)

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