Lostprophets go on second UK tour of the year

And there's news of a single too

Lostprophets go on second UK tour of the year
Lostprophets have announced details of a new single – and confirmed a new UK tour.

The Welsh metallers will release ‘A Town Called Hypocrisy’ on September 11. It’s the latest track to be lifted from the band’s Number One album ‘Liberation Transmission’.

Having just completed a sold-out UK tour, Lostprophets will return in November for 13 dates on the ‘Liberation – Phase 2’ tour.

The shows are at:

Plymouth Pavilions (November 23)
Reading Rivermead (24)
Port Talbot Afan Lido (25)
Leicester De Montford Hall (27)
Portsmouth Guildhall (28)
Hull Ice Arena (29)
Middlesbrough Town Hall (December 1)
Blackburn King George’s Hall (2)
Edinburgh Corn Exchange (3)
Bournemouth International Centre (5)
Wolverhampton Civic Hall (6)
Leeds University (7)
London Hammersmith Apollo (9)


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