Brakes announce acoustic tour

Plus Eamon Hamilton will reunite with British Sea Power

Brakes announce acoustic tour
BrakesEamon Hamilton has announced details of a new tour.

The frontman will play solo acoustic dates which will seem him showcase new material written for the group’s third album.

He plays:

London Slaughtered Lamb (February 4)
Bath Moles (6)
Nottingham Social (7)
Glasgow Brel Bar (8)
Leeds Faversham (10)
London Slaughtered Lamb (11)
Manchester Ruby Lounge (12)
York Fibbers (13)
London Slaughtered Lamb (18)


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Hamilton will also catch-up with his old bandmates in British Sea Power who he used to play keyboards for, supporting them in Oxford (January 18), Brighton (29) and London (31).


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