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Vukovi Line Up London, Manchester And Glasgow Shows For Early 2019

Tuesday, 04 December 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Photo: Cameron Brisbane Photography

Vukovi will kick off the new year with three headlining shows.

The Scottish alt-rockers will play the Black Heart in London on January 29, the Star and Garter in Manchester on January 31 and the Garage Attic in Glasgow on February 6, with tickets for the shows on sale at 10am on December 5.

The band are currently writing and recording their second album, the follow up to their 2017 self-titled debut. They recently parted ways with bassist Jason Trotter, who stepped down to "pursue new things".

They join One OK Rock for three dates of their sold out European tour later this week, supporting the Japanese band at Heaven in London tomorrow before heading to Utrecht and Paris.

Vukovi Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows:

Tue January 29 2019 - LONDON Black Heart
Thu January 31 2019 - MANCHESTER Star And Garter
Wed February 06 2019 - GLASGOW Garage Attic

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