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Clean Cut Kid Confirm Spring Dates For Painwave Tour

Wednesday, 05 December 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Clean Cut Kid have announced live dates in March and April.

With their new album 'Painwave' expected next spring, the Liverpool quartet have lined up stops in Hull, Manchester, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Southampton, London and Cardiff.

In a statement about their new material, lead singer and guitarist Mike Halls said:

"PAINWAVE is Clean Cut Kid reaching out to the listener and saying "ok lets talk about these things we're not meant to say out loud." It's the sum of everything we've experienced as people, produced with the sum of everything we've learned as musicians. An unpolished, uninterrupted tape-saturated 1970s journey through human vulnerability."

Tickets for the tour go on sale at 9am on December 7.

Clean Cut Kid Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Wed March 27 2019 - HULL Adelphi
Thu March 28 2019 - MANCHESTER Gorilla
Sat March 30 2019 - EDINBURGH Mash House
Sun March 31 2019 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Cluny
Tue April 02 2019 - SOUTHAMPTON Joiners
Wed April 03 2019 - LONDON Garage
Fri April 05 2019 - CARDIFF Clwb Ifor Bach

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