September 18, 2001 12:18

NUMBER CHANGE!

The band head out on tour with new recruit Tina Blower...

NUMBER CHANGE!
SIX
BY SEVEN[/url] have announced details of a new single and extensive UK tour.

The
group, who have recruited a new guitarist Tina Blower following
the departure of Sam Hempton, release 'So
Close' on October 15 via Mantra.

The track is the
first to be lifted from the group's as-yet-untitled new album, the follow-up to
'The Closer You Get'. The new record is scheduled for release in
early 2002.

To support the single the group will tour the UK in October. They
play: Sheffield Leadmill (October 20) Dundee Doghouse (24)
Edinburgh Venue (25) Bristol Fleece & Firkin (28) Cardiff Club Ifor
Bach (29) Exeter Cavern Club (30) Northampton Roadmenders (31)
Cambridge boat Race (November 1) Colchester Arts Centre (3) Leeds
Cockpit (4) Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms (6) London Electric Ballroom
(7)

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