Music Go Music announce debut album details and UK gigs

LA trio return to the UK this February

Music Go Music announce debut album details and UK gigs
Music Go Music have announced details of their debut album, along with two new UK shows to take place this February.

The Los Angeles three-piece, who recently supported Franz Ferdinand on tour, release their debut album 'Expressions' on March 22.

The tracklisting for Expressions is:

'I Walk Alone'
'1000 Crazy Nights'
'Light Of Love'
'Reach Out'
'Explorers Of The Heart'
'Love, Violent Love'
'Just Me'
'Warm In The Shadows'
'Goodbye, Everybody'


The band have also announced two new UK gigs to take place in February.

Music Go Music play:

London Hoxton Bar & Grill (February 9)
London Lexington (11)


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