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Good Shoes set for English tour
Indie rock outfit Good Shoes have revealed that they are set to embark on a tour of England later this year, after spending the summer performing at festivals across Britain and Europe.
The first show of the London-based electric guitar band's forthcoming jaunt will take place at Kingston-upon-Thames on November 18th 2010, with Good Shoes taking in cities across the length and breadth of the country before finishing in Nottingham.
Prior to their week-long sojourn around England, the quartet will play at the London Calling festival at the Amsterdam Paradiso on November 13th alongside groups such as The Futureheads, Villagers and Australian rockers Tame Impala.
Other venues set to host the band in November include Manchester's FAC251, the Sheffield Leadmill and Cargo in London.
Good Shoes released their second album - titled No Hope, No Future - in January and swiftly followed it up with the four-song The Way My Heart Beats EP in April.
Posted on 15 Sep 2010 13:26 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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