Larrikin Love announce new single plans

The band will be hitting the road too

Larrikin Love announce new single plans
Larrikin Love have announced details of their next single.

The band will release ‘Downing St. Kindling' through Infectious Records on June 26 as the follow-up to ‘Edwould’.

Available on three formats, the CD will feature ‘Dead Long Dead’ on the B-side while the 7” vinyl will include ‘Is It December?’.

A limited edition one sided 7” will boast a remix of ‘Downing St. Kindling’ and the etched handwritten lyrics on the flipside.

Larrikin Love’s debut album ‘The Freedom Spark’ is set to be released in September.

The band will be hitting the road at the end of this month for a full UK tour which will call at:

Bedford Angel (May 28)
Exeter Cavern (29)
Cardiff Barfly (30)
Coventry Colosseum (June 1)
Peterborough Met Lounge (2)
Aldershot West End Centre (3)
Oxford Zodiac (5)
Shrewsbury Buttermarket (6)
London Kings College (7)
Northampton Soundhaus (17)
Middlesbrough Music Live (18)
Newcastle Cluny (19)
Cambridge Soul Tree (21)
Nottingham Social (22)
Bath Moles (24)
Bristol Fleece & Firkin (25)
Manchester Night & Day (26)
Glasgow King Tuts (27)
York Fibbers (28)
Leeds Faversham (29)
Liverpool Barfly (July 1)
Derby Victoria Inn (2)
Norwich Arts Centre (3)

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