December 19, 2005 11:00

Be Your Own Pet announce UK tour

Album details are confirmed too

Be Your Own Pet announce UK tour
Be Your Own Pet have confirmed details of a new UK tour for 2006.

The tracklisting for the band’s eagerly awaited debut album has also been revealed.

The Tennesseans will hit the road in January with support coming from Good Shoes and kicking off at Manchester Roadhouse (January 26).

The dates are:

Manchester Roadhouse (January 26)
Leeds Cockpit (27)
Nottingham Social (28)
Glasgow ABC 2 (29)
London Bush Hall (February 1)
London Barfly (2)
Oxford Zodiac (4)
Bristol Fleece (5)

For ticket availability, go to NME Tickets or call them on 0870 1 663 663.

Be Your Own Pet are scheduled to release their self-titled debut album on January 30.

The tracklisting will run:

‘Thresher's Flail’
‘Bunk Trunk Skunk’
‘Bicycle Bicycle You Are My Bicycle’
‘Stairway To Heaven’
‘Girls On TV’
‘We Will Vacation, You Can Be My Parasol’
‘Let's Get Sandy (Big Problem)’
‘October, First Account’
‘Love Your Shotgun’
‘Fill My Pill’

The next single the group will unleash will be ‘Let’s Get Sandy (Big Problem)’ which is due to hit the shops on January 23.

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