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2:54 concerts on their way
The dates begin on October 27th with the final gig being on November 8th, in between which the band are set to take in the likes of Brighton on November 4th, Newcastle on October 31st and Guildford on November 6th.
All in all there are 11 shows, in 11 locations, on the group's tour itinerary for the United Kingdom.
2:54's first LP - also called 2:54 – came out earlier in 2012 and is home to tracks such as Watcher, You're Early, Creeping and Revolving.
2:54 has two members, Collette Thurlow and Hannah Thurlow. The surname similarity is no coincidence however, as the pair are in fact sisters.
When they visit Sheffield, the pair will be at the Leadmill venue, which is also expecting gigs from the likes of Friday Night, Don't Ever Let It End band Spector.
Published by KT. Posted on 16 Aug 2012 16:29 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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