Sad Day For Puppets announce UK tour and ticket details

Swedish indie-rockers hit the road in February 2011

Sad Day For Puppets announce UK tour and ticket details

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Sad Day For Puppets have announced a week-long UK tour for February 2011.

The Stockholm-based indie-rockers, who released their second album 'Pale Silver & Shiny Gold' earlier this year, begin the dates in Nottingham on February 4, winding up in Brighton on February 12.

The band release a new single, 'Sorrow, Sorrow', on February 7 to coincide with the tour.

Sad Day For Puppets will play:

Nottingham Bodega (February 4)
Leeds Nation Of Shopkeepers (5)
Glasgow Captain's Rest (6)
Manchester Moho Live (7)
London Sonic Cathedral @ The Social (8)
London Proud Galleries (9)
Portsmouth Cellars (10)
Birmingham Flapper (11)
Brighton Jam (12)

To check the availability of Sad Day For Puppets tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.
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