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Allusinlove (Formerly Allusondrugs) Plot February Headline Tour And Share New Single All Good People

Friday, 07 December 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Photo: Haris Nukem

Allusondrugs are back and reborn with a new name, allusinlove.

Following a self-imposed hiatus, the Leeds band have lined up an extensive headline tour in February amid a free four-date hometown residency at Leeds' Brudenell Social Club. Tickets go on sale on Monday, December 10.

The band have also shared All Good People, the first taste of allusinlove’s EP, produced by Catherine Marks and Alan Moulder. The hooky grunge-pop single is accompanied by an explosive video directed by Michael Holyk, showing the quartet in their live element. The band said:

"All Good People is all about positivity, embracing the body of your lover and being open about it. The main message is one of unity and it’s all set over a soaring psychedelic 12 bar blues melody. Dig in!"

Allusinlove Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu January 31 2019 - MANCHESTER Jimmy's
Fri February 01 2019 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Think Tank?
Sun February 03 2019 - EDINBURGH Sneaky Petes
Mon February 04 2019 - GLASGOW Broadcast
Tue February 05 2019 - LIVERPOOL Sound Basement
Wed February 06 2019 - SHEFFIELD Cafe Totem
Thu February 07 2019 - LEICESTER Soundhouse
Fri February 08 2019 - BIRMINGHAM The Sunflower Lounge
Sun February 10 2019 - BRISTOL Rough Trade Records
Mon February 11 2019 - SOUTHAMPTON Heartbreakers
Tue February 12 2019 - BOURNEMOUTH The Anvil
Wed February 13 2019 - BRIGHTON Komedia Studio
Fri February 15 2019 - TUNBRIDGE WELLS Forum
Sun February 17 2019 - NORWICH Waterfront Studio
Mon February 18 2019 - OXFORD The Jericho Tavern
Tue February 19 2019 - STAFFORD Redrum
Wed February 20 2019 - NOTTINGHAM The Bodega
Fri February 22 2019 - KINGSTON UPON HULL The Polar Bear
Sat February 23 2019 - LEEDS Hyde Park Book Club

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