Dry The River announce autumn UK tour – ticket details Dry The River Tickets

The folk-rockers will play 12 dates through October and November

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Dry The River have announced plans for a full UK headline tour this autumn.

The band, who finish up their current tour tomorrow (May 2), at London's Electric Ballroom, will kick off the new run of shows at Cambridge Junction on October 16. They will play 12 dates in all, closing the tour on November 1 at London's Shepherd's Bush Empire.

Above you can watch a video of Peter Liddle and Scott Miller from the London based band talking in the Bridgeport, Connecticut studio where they recorded their debut album, 'Shallow Bed', with producer Peter Katis, along with unseen studio and live footage of the band in action.

Dry The River release their new single, 'No Rest' on June 25, both digitally and on limited-edition seven-inch vinyl. This summer they play The Great Escape festival in Brighton as well as Isle Of Wight Festival, 2000 Trees Festival and Cambridge Folk Festival.

Dry The River play

Cambridge Junction (October 16)
Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms (17)
Gloucester Guildhall (18)
Wrexham Central Station (23)
Liverpool Kazimier (24)
Preston 53 Degrees (25)
York Fibbers (26)
Sheffield Leadmill (27)
Stoke Sugarmill (29)
Birmingham Library (30)
Bath Komedia (31)
London Shepherd's Bush Empire (November 1)


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