Blood Red Shoes announce mammoth tour

Laura-Mary and Steven venture out in support of debut album

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Blood Red Shoes have announced a massive tour in support of their debut album.

The duo release 'Box Of Secrets' on April 14, while single 'Say Something, Say Anything' precedes it on April 7.

Support bands for the tour include These New Puritans, Cage The Elephant, Johnny Foreigner and Peggy Sue And The Pirates.

Blood Red Shoes play:

Stoke Sugarmill (March 26)
Nottingham Rescue Rooms (27)
Birmingham Barfly (28)
Leeds Cockpit (29)
Hull Lamp (31)
Norwich Waterfront (April 1)
Northampton Soundhaus (2)
Oxford Academy (3)
Tunbridge Wells Forum (5)
Cambridge Junction Theatre (6)
Brighton Komedia (7)
Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms (8)
London KCLSU (9)
Bristol Thekla (12)
Liverpool Barfly (13)
Manchester Academy 3 (14)
Newcastle Academy 2 (16)
Aberdeen Kef (17)
Glasgow ABC2 (18)
Paris Printemps De Bourges (19)
Amsterdam Paradiso (25)
Hamburg Molotow (26)
Cologne Gebaude 9 (28)
Dortmund FZW (29)
Munich Atomic Caf� (30)
Vienna Flex (May 2)
Bologna Bronson Ravenna (3)
Milan La Casa 139 (4)
Zurich Haenkneipe (5)
Berlin Lido (6)
Paris La Maroquinerie (8)
Brussels La Botaniques Festival (9)
Saint Brieuc Art Rock Festival (10)
Bordeaux La Sonar (11)
Barcelona Razzmatazz 3 (13)
Madrid Moby Dick (14)
France Clermont Ferand La Coope (16)
Groningen Vega (18)
Nijmegan Doonroosje (19)


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