JUNIOR SENIOR MOVE THEIR FEET AROUND UK

The dance-pop oddballs will be making people strut their stuff around the UK...

JUNIOR SENIOR MOVE THEIR FEET AROUND UK
Danish dance duo JUNIOR SENIOR are set to play eight dates around Britain in May to promote their debut album 'D-D-DON'T STOP THE BEAT'.

The pop-dance oddballs, who are currently at Number Five in the UK Singles Chart with 'Move Your Feet', are scheduled to start at the Glasgow Barfly on May 1, before completing their tour at the Liverpool Barfly on May 11.

The gigs are at:




Glasgow Barfly (May 1)
Manchester Hop and Grape (3)
Brighton The Boutique (4)
Birmingham Academy 2 (6)
Bristol Fleece and Firkin (7)
London Scala (8)
Cardiff Barfly (9)
Liverpool Barfly, The Masque Venue (11)


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