The Futureheads spin-off band Hyde & Beast embark on first ever UK tour - ticket details

The band play 11 shows this November across the UK

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Hyde & Beast have announced plans for their first ever UK tour, which will take place this November.

The duo, made up of The FutureheadsDave Hyde and former Golden Virgins drummer Neil Bassett, will be performing with four extra band members and start the 11-date tour on November 6 at the Newcastle Cluny. The live band sometimes includes The FutureheadsBarry Hyde, Dave Hyde’s brother.

Their debut album ‘Slow Down’ is out now and the bluegrass-inspired single ‘You Will Be Lonely’ is out on November 14. The single features fellow former Golden Virgins member Lucas Renney on bass and guitar. Scroll down to listen to the song.

Hyde & Beast play:

Newcastle Cluny (November 6)
Sheffield The Harley (7)
Glasgow Captain’s Rest (8)
Edinburgh The Electric Circus (9)
Nottingham Bodega (10)
Liverpool Contemporary Urban Centre (11)
York Fibbers (13)
Bristol Louisiana (14)
London Water Rats (16)
Manchester Deaf Institute (17)
Stockton The Georgian Theatre (18)

To check the availability of Hyde & Beast tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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