November 21, 1998 15:46

REDS REVOLT

New single, album and dates in February...

REDS REVOLT
3 Colours Red are back with a new single, album and tour.

The new single, called 'Beautiful Day', is out on January 11 on Creation, backed with new tracks 'God Shape Hole', 'A Fine Time For It', 'I Want You' and a remix of their last single 'Paralyse' by Dutch PRODIGY wannabes JUNKIE XL.

Their second album 'Revolt', is due for release on February 8.

Their tour then kicks off at Belfast Limelight (February 17), Dublin Music Centre (18), Bradford Rios (19), Sheffield Leadmill (20), Newcastle Riverside (22), Norwich Waterfront (23), London Camden Electric Ballroom (24), Nottingham Rock City (27), Exeter Phoenix (March 1), Bristol University (2), Brighton East Wing Brighton Centre (5), Manchester University (6), Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall (8), Glasgow Garage (9) and Aberdeen Lemon Tree (10).

You can book gigs to most gigs via the NME Ticketline on 0870 121 0125. Check out our gig guide[/url].



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