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Frightened Rabbit reveal full UK and Irish tour - ticket details

Listen: Band debut brand new track from Woodpile EP


Frightened Rabbit reveal full UK and Irish tour - ticket details

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Gigwise favourites Frightened Rabbit have announced details of a full UK and Ireland tour for November. Full dates and ticket details are below. 

The band will be rounding off their campaign for their astounding Pedestrian Verse album will dates to coincide with their show at Brixton Academy - their biggest UK headline show to date. 

Full dates for Frightened Rabbit's upcoming tour are as follows:
5 - Newcastle University
6 - Manchester The Ritz
7 - Bristol Anson Rooms
8 - London O2 Academy Brixton
10 - Southampton University SU
11  - Birmingham The Institute
14 - Dublin Olympia Theatre
15 - Belfast Mandela Hall
16 - Glasgow O2 Academy
17 - Glasgow O2 Academy

Tickets go on sale on Friday 9 August at 9am. For more information visit Gigwise gig tickets

The band will release The Woodpile EP on 2 September, featuring three brand new songs. The tracklisting is as follows:
1) The Woodpile
2) Default Blues
3) Radio Silence
4) Candlelit

Listen to 'Default Blues' from the Woodpile EP below: 

Speaking to Gigwise about their upcoming tour plans at Glastonbury, frontman Scott Hutchison said: "In the US, instead of stepping up into larger venues, we've just been playing multiple shows in smaller venues. That's not through fear, it's because anything larger seems a bit ridiculous and unnecessary. Brixton to me feels a bit large for us and it's going to be difficult to maintain.

"From there, it might not be anything that I ever have to consider but I'm not sure I'd ever want to go into arenas."

He added: "We're actually in the process of building a massive light-up cross for the next tour. It should be neon and flash and stuff but that's about the best I can do. If it's not well-made then it might set itself on fire, but we'll see."

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