Damon Albarn’s new band announce new single

Plus 'The Good The Bad And The Queen' hit the road

Damon Albarn’s new band announce new single
Damon Albarn’s new band "The Good, The Bad & The Queen" are set to release their new single ’Kingdom Of Doom’ on January 15.

It will be the follow up to ’Herculean’, which was only available for a day.

The release of the song will be followed by the unleashing of their self-titled debut album on January 22.

The band are also set to tour, calling at the following venues:

Bristol Trinity (January 27)
Southsea Parade Piece (28)
Leeds Irish Centre (29)
Motherwell Civic (30)
Dudley JB’s (February 1)
London York Hall (2)
Warrington Parr Hall (3)
Aylesbury Civic (4)


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