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Slaves UK & Ireland Tour – EXTRA DATE

Slaves have announced that they’ll be hitting the road on a huge UK & Ireland tour this November, ahead of the release of their third album ‘Acts of Fear and Love’.

The tour will head to Newcastle, Glasgow, Nottingham, Belfast, Dublin, Norwich, Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds, Bristol, Cardiff and Birmingham before finishing with a headline date at the legendary Alexandra Palace in London.

Widely considered as one of the country’s most ferocious live acts, the punk rock duo will prepare to bring their new material to fans, who can expect bigger riffs, louder beats and plenty of beer-hurling mayhem.

Joining Slaves on tour will be rising Kent trio Lady Bird and Aussie punk rockers Amyl and the Sniffers, with Northampton born rapper Slowthai scheduled as support for their big London show.

Slaves first appeared on the scene in 2015 with ‘Are You Satisfied?’ and hit tracks ‘Hey’, ‘Cheer Up London’ and ‘The Hunter’. Their third album ‘Acts of Fear and Love’ is due out for release on 17 August 2018 and will feature recent singles ‘Cut and Run’ and ‘Chokehold’. The record will follow the band’s second studio from 2016 album ‘Take Control’.

Slaves UK & Ireland Tour Dates:

Newcastle O2 Academy, 07 Nov
Glasgow Barrowland, 08
Glasgow Barrowland, 09 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
Nottingham Rock City, 10
Belfast The Limelight, 12
Dublin The Academy, 13
Norwich UEA, 15
Liverpool O2 Academy, 16
Manchester Academy, 17
Leeds O2 Academy, 19
Bristol O2 Academy, 20
Cardiff Tramshed, 22
Birmingham O2 Academy, 23
London Alexandra Palace, 24

Tickets on sale now and Friday (31 August) at 10am from Gigantic AXS Ticketmaster Stargreen See Tickets

Pre-order the new album before Tuesday (07 August) at 4pm for special presale access here

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