Scottish band to release 'Come Down With Me' and hit the road in February

Errors have revealed details of their forthcoming album and UK tour.

‘Come Down With Me’ will be released on February 15, 2010 on Mogwai‘s label, Rock Action.

The follow-up to 2008’s ‘It’s Not Something, But It Is Like Whatever’, the album will be preceded by the first single ‘A Rumour In Africa’ which is released on January 25.

Following the single release the band have also announced they will be hitting the road in support of the new album.

Beginning with a hometown show in Glasgow on February 25, the quartet will play a string of dates across Scotland, England and Ireland.

Errors will play:

Glasgow, Grand Ole Opry (February 25)
Aberdeen, Lemon Tree (26)
Lancaster, The Storey (27)
Bighton, Freebutt (March 1)
Oxford, The Jericho (2)
Tunbridge Wells, The Forum (3)
London, Scala (4)
Southampton, Joiners Arms (5)
Bristol, Start The Bus (6)
Leeds, Brudenell Social Club (9)
Manchester, Deaf Institute (10)
Norwich, Arts Centre (12)
Newcastle, Other Rooms (13)
Stirling, Tolbooth (19)
Dublin, Academy 2 (25)
Belfast, Blackbox (26)

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