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We Are Scientists to play summer gigs
On the 23rd of July this year the Nobody Move Nobody Get Hurt group will be heading to Bristol to start the music instrument action, which spans seven tour dates.
After what appears to be a night away from audience action on the 24th, they'll have a three night run from the 25th, heading to London, Portsmouth and then the historical city of York.
The 30th of July will see them in Norwich, the 31st in Manchester (home to the likes of bands Oasis and The Smiths) and the 1st of August will involve a visit to Glasgow.
Meanwhile, music fans from the steel city of Sheffield will be able to catch the guitar band at the city's relatively recently launched Tram Lines festival (named, we assume, in tribute to the location's Supertram transport system) this year. Their past LPs include Brain Thrust Mystery and Barbara.
Published by AW.Posted on 16 May 2012 12:43 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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