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Gigs for Architects
The group has announced this fresh news – alongside the fact that they'll be visiting several other locations, too.
After Southampton sees them on November 9th, London on November 10th and Birmingham on November 11th, they'll be popping to Manchester on November 12th – a night later.
Leeds, Glasgow and Newcastle will be getting gigs on the 13th, 14th and 15th days of the very same month, while Nottingham is set to be entertained by the group come the 16th.
The Theses Colours Don't Run and The Bitter End band - or their representatives - have popped what appears to be a poster advertising the tour on Facebook. It shows the group sporting dirtied white t shirts. It also lists Bury Tomorrow, Deez Nuts and The Acacia Strain as support acts.
Architects' LPs are The Here And Now and Daybreaker.
Published by AW.Posted on 28 Jun 2012 12:54 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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