CSS announce trio of UK dates for December – ticket details

The new single 'City Grrrl' is out October 31

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CSS are set to play three UK shows as part of a full European tour this winter.

The Brazilian band will play London Heaven on December 7, before stopping by the Coventry Kasbah on December 8 and Lancaster Library on December 9.

CSS will release ‘City Grrrl’ from their third album ‘La Liberacion’, on October 31. The band’s frontwoman Lovefoxxx says ‘City Grrrl’ is about moving “to the big city to live the dream”. She continues: “I revisited my teenage years while living in the suburbs of my hometown... I'd be sporting goth make up at 8am and when I hit the streets people would curse me from their cars in the most aggressive way.”

“I had a feeling that in a big city people were so busy that they wouldn't give a shit if they saw me walking around in my own creations.”

CSS play:

London Heaven (December 7)
Coventry Kasbah (8)
Lancaster Library (9)


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