SUBWAYS DEBUT ALBUM STOLEN!

A computer containing their record is taken…

The Subways have had their debut album stolen.

The band who were supporting Razorlight in Glasgow, had a laptop belonging to drummer Josh Lunn stolen from outside the band’s hotel.

The computer contained the only finished version of the band’s debut album.

“I am pissed off, been really out of my head since it happened,” singer Billy Lunn told NME.COM. “Someone stole Josh’s computer and all our CDs which have been keeping us together on tour. Things like that get me going in the wrong way.”

Despite the setback, Billy insisted the band are still on course to complete their debut album, and won’t be rushed even if the theft risks the album leaking.

“I don’t want to rush this album,” said Billy. “I have been out of my head lately as I want this album to be 100%, I want the songs to be given all the time they need to be absorbed at the right time and some one doing this has just pissed me off.”

Following the Razorlight support, the band are currently on a UK and Ireland tour. The dates are:

Aberdeen Lemon Tree (March 22)

Glasgow King Tut’s (23)

Dundee New Wesport (24)

Dublin The Village (26)

Cork Cruscin Lan (27)

Cardiff Barfly (29)

Bristol Fleece (30)

Exeter Cavern (31)

Reading Fez Club April 1

Cambridge APU (2)

Birmingham Academy 2 (4)

London Mean Fiddler (6)

Oxford Zodiac (7)

Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms (10)

Preston 53 Degrees (12)

Swindon Furnace (13)

Aldershot West End Centre (14)

Harlow The Square (16)

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