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Pulled Apart By Horses announce November tour dates

The band will hit the road for five live dates later this year

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Pulled Apart By Horses have announced details of a November UK tour.

The band, who recently announced the release of their own beer and will put out new album 'Blood' in September, will hit the road for five gigs later this year. Starting in Glasgow at Stereo, they will then visit Brighton, Birmingham and Bristol before ending the jaunt at Heaven in London on November 28.

Pulled Apart By Horses also have a short European tour scheduled and are confirmed to play the main stage at Reading And Leeds Festivals later this summer.

'Blood' follows the 2012 release of 'Tough Love' and the Leeds band's self-titled debut from 2010. The album features the singles 'Hot Squash' and 'Lizard Baby'.

Pulled Apart By Horses will play:

Glasgow, Stereo (November 22)
Brighton, The Haunt/Concorde 2 (24)
Birmingham, Library (25)
Bristol, Fleece (26)
London, Heaven (28)


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