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Orchards Line Up Debut Headline UK Tour For Spring 2019

Thursday, 29 November 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Jessie Morgan

Orchards will hit the road next spring for their debut headline UK tour.

The Brighton-based band will call in Nottingham, Manchester, Glasgow, Sheffield, Cardiff, Birmingham, Bristol and London, where they'll play the Camden Assembly, between March 26 and April 3. Tickets go on sale at 10am on November 30.

Alongside the announcement they have shared a video for Age of You, a track from their 'Losers/Lovers' EP, which came out this summer through Big Scary Monsters. Check it out below.

Orchards Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows:

Tue March 26 2019 - NOTTINGHAM Bodega
Wed March 27 2019 - MANCHESTER Jimmys
Thu March 28 2019 - GLASGOW Garage
Fri March 29 2019 - SHEFFIELD Junkee
Sat March 30 2019 - CARDIFF Clwb Ifor Bach
Sun March 31 2019 - BIRMINGHAM Sunflower Lounge
Tue April 02 2019 - BRISTOL Crofters Rights
Wed April 03 2019 - LONDON Camden Assembly

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