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Band plan free download plus new tour

Ocean Colour Scene to give away new single
Ocean Colour Scene are set to give away new single ’Go To Sea’.

The band will release the track as a free download on November 12 via Oceancolourscene.com.

The new version of the song is being released as a 'thank you' to the fans who have stuck by the band.

Meanwhile the band hit the road in December, they play:

Bristol Carling Academy (December 7)
Nottingham Rock City (9)
Liverpool Carling Academy (10)
Newcastle Carling Academy (11)
Dublin Olympia (13)
Perth Concert Hall (16)
Glasgow Barrowlands (17, 18)
Manchester Academy (21)
London Astoria (22)
Birmingham Carling Academy (23)


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