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Citizens! shows on their way
The band are going to be taking to the stage in Glasgow on November 13th, after which Edinburgh, Darlington, York, Brighton and London will all get gigs.
The group brought out their first album, Here We Are, earlier this year, and it is home to tracks such as (I'm In Love With Your) Girlfriend, I Wouldn't Want To and Retile.
Another song on the record is True Romance, which is set to come out as a single in the latter stages of next month.
One of the places that Citizens! are set to grace, the Electric Circus in Edinburgh, also has an appearance lined up from another musical performer who most music instruments players will likely be familiar with.
Charlotte Church – the singer behind such albums as Tissues and Issues and Voice of an Angel will be there come October 24th.
Published by AW.Posted on 1 Aug 2012 17:40 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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