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Sea Girls confirm biggest ever headline tour

Catch the hotly-tipped band live later this year.

Indie-pop makers Sea Girls have confirmed details of their biggest ever UK tour.

The newly announced dates see the four-piece headline gigs in Nottingham, Bristol, Southampton, London, Leicester, Hull, Manchester, Liverpool and Stoke throughout October 2019.

The band dropped their latest single Open Up Your Head earlier this yearThe release coincided with a run of UK dates, which included a sell-out show at Heaven, London.

Sea Girls broke through in 2017 with their debut EP Call Me Out, quickly establishing themselves as one of the UK’s brightest new bands.

The band followed up their debut with the subsequent EPs Heavenly War and Adored in 2017 and 2018, featuring fan favourite tracks such as Too Much Fun, Lost and the title tracks Adored and Heavenly War.

Possibly hinting at a future album release, Sea Girls have released two new singles over the past seven months, All I Want To Hear You Say and Open Up Your Head.

We recently featured the band as part of our Ticketmaster New Music.

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Sea Girls will spend most of the summer plying their trade at festivals across Europe, before heading back to the UK for their biggest ever headline tour this autumn.

Here are Sea Girls upcoming tour dates, including the newly-announced October headline shows:

30 June 2019 – Community Festival, London

14 July 2019 – TRNSMT Festival, Glasgow
25 July 2019 – Kendal Calling

23 August 2019 – Reading Festival
24 August 2019 – Leeds Festival

2 October 2019 – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
3 October 2019 – The Fleece, Bristol
4 October 2019 – The Loft, Southampton
10 October 2019 – O2 Forum Kentish Town, London
11 October 2019 – O2 Academy2 Leicester
16 October 2019 – The Welly, Hull
17 October 2019 – Academy2, Manchester
18 October 2019 – O2 Academy2 Liverpool
19 October 2019 – The Sugarmill, Stoke

Tickets for the newly announced October shows will be available from 9:00 Friday 3 May 2019 through Ticketmaster.co.uk 

Header image by Harris Thomlinson-Spence

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