'RADIO' SONG!

'Back On The Radio' is backed with exclusive new tracks...

'RADIO' SONG!
The Hiss are to release a new single to coincide with their slot on the NME ROCK N' ROLL RIOT TOUR.

'Back On The Radio' is released through Loog next Monday (November 3). The single is available on CD and & 7" vinyl and features two new songs, 'Can't Hold On' and 'Saint Research'.

The NME Rock N' Roll Riot Tour, which also features Jet and David Viner, kicks off tonight (October 27) in Glasgow.

The full list of dates is as follows:

Glasgow QMU (October 27)
Newcastle Northumbria University (28)
Sheffield Leadmill (29)
Liverpool Academy (31)
Manchester University MDH (November 1)
Birmingham Academy 2 (2)
Norwich Waterfront (3)
Brighton Concorde 2 (5)
London Astoria (6)
Bristol Anson Rooms (7)

For ticket availability, click here or call the NME Ticketline on 0870 1 663 663.

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