Larrikin Love announce tour details

And there’s a new single too

Larrikin Love announce tour details
Larrikin Love have announced details of their first headlining tour.

The four piece have also revealed that their new single ‘Edwould’ will be released on April 3.

The band are currently working on their debut album with producer Ian Gore.

The tour dates are:

London Fabric (February 17)
Harlow Square (18)
Northampton Soundhaus (20)
London Astoria (21 - ShockWaves NME Awards Show)
Derby Victoria Inn (22)
Birmingham Academy (23)
Wolverhampton Little Civic (24)
Leeds Faversham (25)
Liverpool Barfly (26)
Nottingham Cabaret (28)
Hull Adelphi (March 1)
Preston 53 Degrees (2)
Glasgow Nice N Sleazys (3)
Inverness Market Bar (4)
Aberdeen Kef (6)
Edinburgh Cabaret Voltaire (7)
Cardiff, Barfly (14)
Manchester Club Academy (15)
Nottingham Stealth (16)
London Koko (17)
Stoke Underground (18)
Sheffield Plug (20)
Huddersfield Tokyo (21)
Leeds Faversham (22)
Peterborough Met Lounge (23)
Bedford Esquires (24)
Coventry Colloseum (25)
Bristol Fleece & Firkin (27)
Southampton Joiners (28)
London Water Rats (29)

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