February 20, 1998 13:20


[B]THE BLUETONES[/B] have announced five new dates for May and a new single in April...

THE BLUETONES, currently in the middle of their UK 'Back In The Saddle' tour, have announced a five-date mini-tour for May under the title 'Tour Of Booty'.

Prior to the new shows, the band will release a new single on April 20. 'If', taken from their recent album 'Return To The Last Chance Saloon', comes backed with 'Blue Shadow' on the seven inch and cassette formats while the CD has 'The Watchman' as an added bonus track.

The band have also confirmed they have been added to the Phoenix Festival bill and will appear in the slot just prior to Ocean Colour Scene on the Friday night (July 17).

The 'Tour Of Booty' dates are Truro Theatre (May 5), Southampton Guildhall (6), Bradford St George's Hall (8), Manchester Academy (9) and Newcastle Mayfair (10).

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