June 30, 2009 16:42

Johnny Foreigner announce new album, tour and ticket details

Band set for October gigs

Johnny Foreigner announce new album, tour and ticket details
Johnny Foreigner have announced details of their second album along with a new tour for October.

The Birmingham band will release 'Grace And The Bigger Picture', the follow-up to their 2008 debut album proper 'Waited Up 'Til It Was Light', on October 26.

They have made a three-track EP, 'Feels Like Summer' (the title track of which will appear on the new album), available to download for free at their official website, Johnnyforeignerband.com.

Johnny Foreigner will play:

Nottingham Bodega (October 5)
Oxford Jericho (6)
Birmingham Flapper & Firkin(7)
Exeter Cavern (8)
Brighton Audio (9)
London Garage (10)
Sheffield The Harley (12)
Manchester Deaf Institute (13)
Leeds Brudenell Social Club (14)
Glasgow King Tuts (15)
Liverpool Korova (16)
Cambridge Soul Tree (17)

To check the availability of Johnny Foreigner tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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