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Soak Announces Spring UK Shows

Tuesday, 04 December 2018 Written by Huw Baines

Soak has announced a UK tour.

Fresh from returning with a new single, Everybody Loves You, Bridie Monds-Watson has inked in May shows in Kendal, Manchester, Leeds, Glasgow, Birmingham, Oxford, Bristol and London. Tickets are on sale at 9am on December 7.

Keep an eye out for news of the follow up to ‘Before We Forgot How to Dream’.

Soak Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows:

Mon May 06 2019 - KENDAL Library
Fri May 10 2019 - MANCHESTER Band on the Wall
Sat May 11 2019 - LEEDS Wardrobe
Sun May 12 2019 - GLASGOW King Tut's Wah Wah Hut
Tue May 14 2019 - BIRMINGHAM Hare and Hounds
Wed May 15 2019 - OXFORD O2 Academy2 Oxford
Thu May 16 2019 - BRISTOL Thekla
Fri May 17 2019 - LONDON Islington Assembly Hall

Click here to compare & buy Soak Tickets at Stereoboard.com.





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