Biffy Clyro side-project announce UK live dates

Marmaduke Duke to hit the road next month

Biffy Clyro side-project announce UK live dates
Marmaduke Duke, the side-project of Biffy Clyro's Simon Neil and Sucioperro's JP Reid, have announced details of a new UK tour.

The pair will play six live dates from February 28, when they kick off the jaunt at the Edinburgh Bongo Club.

They are set to release a single, 'Kid Gloves', on March.

Marmaduke Duke will play:

Edinburgh Bongo Club (February 28)
Manchester Deaf Institute (March 1)
Birmingham Rainbow (2)
London Heaven (4)
Leeds Brudenell Social Club (5)
Glasgow School of Art (6)


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