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Grizzly Bear roar out tour dates
According to NME, the forthcoming set of gigs will take in the famed university town of Cambridge, the move on to Nottingham, Gateshead, Manchester, Glasgow, Warwick and Brixton – although there will be a slight gap between the Nottingham and Gateshead appearances.
The tour's first two dates take place in August, with the first on the 28th – while the latter four will be happening in October, once summer has become autumn.
But there will certainly be some Grizzly action taking place between these two months – as not only will the group be heading to End of The Road Festival, but September will see them bring out a new LP.
Grizzly Bear's last album, Veckatimest, reached number 24 in the charts, while their new effort will hit shelves on the 17th of September, according to NME.
Published by AW.Posted on 6 Jun 2012 17:22 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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