Super Furry Animals' Gruff Rhys for European solo tour – ticket details

Frontman set for shows next month

Super Furry Animals' Gruff Rhys for European solo tour – ticket details
Super Furry Animals frontman Gruff Rhys is to go on a solo tour of Europe next month.

The singer, who is expected to release his third solo album in early 2011, will play shows in Manchester, Glasgow and London in the UK.

Gruff Rhys will play:

Copenhagen Teater Grob (November 10)
Galway Town Hall Theatre (13)
Dublin Sugar Club (15)
Manchester Whitworth Gallery (22)
Glasgow Art School Vic Bar (23)
London Toynbee Studios (26)
Paris Point Ephemere - free show (29)
Amsterdam Bitterzoet (30)
Berlin September Gallery (December 1)


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Meanwhile Rhys has made new song, 'Shark Ridden Waters', available as a free download at Gruffrhys.com. The track will also be released on 12-inch vinyl on November 8.

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