The Tunbridge Wells duo will release their second album 'Take Control' in September
Slaves have announced details of a UK headline tour in November.
The Tunbridge Wells duo confirmed the release of their second album last week (August 12). ‘Take Control’ will be released on September 30 via Virgin EMI.
The band, who are comprised of Isaac Holman and Laurie Vincent, will play 15 dates in support of the album this winter, including two shows at London’s O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire.
The pair premiered the first track from their forthcoming album on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show last week, ahead of a small and sweaty last minute show at London’s 100 Club.
Slaves will play:
Bexhill, De La Warr Pavillion (November 10)
Cardiff, University Great Hall (November 13)
Cambridge, Corn Exchange (November 14)
Leeds, O2 Academy (November 15)
Newcastle, O2 Academy (November 17)
Glasgow, Barrowlands (November 18)
Birmingham, O2 Academy (November 19)
Bristol, O2 Academy (November 21) Leicester, O2 Academy (November 22)
Nottingham, Rock City (November 23)
Sheffield, O2 Academy (November 25)
Manchester, Albert Hall (November 26)
London, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire (November 29, 30)
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