The Ordinary Boys announce new tour dates

Plus you could star in their new video

The Ordinary Boys announce new tour dates
The Ordinary Boys have added new dates to their UK tour.

Having played several sold-out jaunts this summer, the band will now play:

Southend Cliffs Pavilion (October 5)
Manchester Apollo (6)
Derby Assembly Rooms (7)
Wolves Civic (8)
Carlise Sands Centre (10)
Portsmouth Guildhall (11)

For ticket availability go to NME.COM/gigs.

Meanwhile, The Ordinary Boys are giving fans the chance to appear in the video for their forthcoming single ’Lonely At The Top’.

The band are filming the video on August 22, and want fans - who must be at least 16 years old - who are free all day and able to travel to central London to be in the clip.

If you are interested email: with your name, age, mobile numbers and a recent full-length photograph.

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