Niki & The Dove to release debut album 'Instinct' in May

Swedish duo also announce UK headline tour

Niki & The Dove to release debut album 'Instinct' in May

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Niki And The Dove have announced details of their debut studio album 'Instinct'.

The Swedish duo, who are made up of Malin Dahlström and Gustaf Karlöf, will release the LP through Mercury Records on May 17. The album, which will feature the singles 'The Fox' and 'DJ, Ease My Mind', is the full-length follow-up to last year's 'The Drummer' EP.

The band have also announced details of a UK tour to take place in April and May this year. They will play a run of eight headline shows, starting with a gig at Sheffield Bungalow and Bears on April 27, and finishing up with a date at Cardiff The Full Moon on May 23.

Niki & The Dove will play:

Sheffield Bungalow and Bears (April 27)
Reading Oakford Social Club (28)
Coventry Kasbah (4)
Leeds Live At Leeds Festival (May 5)
Southampton Joiners (9)
Newcastle Cluny (21)
Birmingham Institute Temple (22)
Cardiff The Full Moon (23)

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