Mazes announce first UK headline tour for October - ticket details

The London band hit the road after US tour with White Denim

Mazes announce first UK headline tour for October - ticket details

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Mazes have announced plans for their first UK headline tour. The London group will play 11 dates across the country this October.

Mazes release their new single ‘Summer Hits’, today (June 20) and will support White Denim on tour in the United States over the summer.

Support on the October tour comes from Milk Maid. Mazes debut album ‘A Thousand Heys’, is out now.

Mazes play:

Leeds Nation Of Shopkeepers (October 3)
Manchester The Kings Arms (4)
Edinburgh Sneaky Petes (5)
Glasgow Captains Rest (6)
Newcastle Dog & Parrot (7)
Lancaster Library (8)
Nottingham Spanky Van Dykes (9)
Oxford Jericho (11)
Birmingham The Hare & Hounds (12)
London Lexington (13)
Brighton The Hope (14)


You can listen to the previously unheard Mazes track ‘Brunswick Stack’ here:

Mazes - Brunswick Stack (demo) by FatCat Records
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