Dutch Uncles announce new single and 2013 tour plans

Stream the Manchester-based five-piece's new single 'Flexxin' here

Dutch Uncles announce new single and 2013 tour plans

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Dutch Uncles will release their new single 'Flexxin' on January 28 – scroll down and click to hear it.

The track will come just two weeks after the release of the band's secon album proper 'Out Of Touch In The Wild', which is scheduled for release on January 14.

'Flexxin' is the follow-up to 'Fester', which NME described as representing "the polishing of their crystalline pop sound”.

Dutch Uncles are Pete Broadhead, Andy Proudfoot, Robin Richards, Daniel Spedding and Duncan Wallis. They formed in Marple, near Stockport, Greater Manchester in 2008.

The band have also announced a tour in support of the new album. They will play:

Feb 5 – Newcastle Cluny
Feb 6 – Glasgow Art School
Feb 7 – Leeds Brundenell Social Club
Feb 8 – Liverpool Kazimer
Feb 9 – Sheffield Leadmill
Feb 12 – Cardiff Moon Club
Feb 13 – Brighton Green Door Store
Feb 14 – London Hoxton Bar & Kitchen
Feb 15 – Birmingham Hare & Hounds
Feb 16 – Manchester Gorilla



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