Blood Red Shoes announce secret hometown show ahead of UK tour

Band play the Brighton Freebutt next week

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Blood Red Shoes play a warm up gig for their UK tour next Friday (October 10) at the 150-capacity Brighton Freebutt.

Tickets for the hometown gig go onsale at 9am on Monday (October 6) and are available from Rounder, Resident and Edgeworld Records in Brighton, costing £5.

The band told NME.COM that the Freebutt show will give them a chance to road-test several new songs likely to feature on the follow-up to their 2008 debut album 'Box Of Secrets'.

The Freebutt gig is a followed by a full UK tour, which sees the band call at:

Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms (October 13)
Leeds Cockpit (15)
Manchester Academy (16)
Aberdeen Drummonds (18)
Glasgow King Tut's (19)
Newcastle Academy (20)
Norwich Waterfront (21)
Birmingham Academy (23)
London Astoria (24)


To check the availability of Blood Red Shoes tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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