The Others return!

There's a new single, album and tour

The Others return!
The Others, who are set to return with their second album next month, have confirmed details of a UK tour.

‘Inward Parts’, the follow-up to 2005’s self-titled debut, is released on October 30. It’s preceded by a single, ‘The Truth That Hurts’, a week earlier.

The tracklisting for the album is:

‘The Truth That Hurts’
‘Guard My Kind’
‘Always Be Mine’
‘Thick As Thieves ‘
‘Looking For A Product’
‘Desolate’
‘Why Should I Try?’
‘Watch It’
‘Got No Money’
‘Probate’


Meanwhile. the band kick off a UK tour on October 27 in Manchester.

The full list of dates is:

Manchester Dry Bar (October 27)
Nottingham Rock City (29)
Cardiff Barfly (30)
Bristol Thekla (November 1)
Liverpool Academy (2)
Tunbridge Wells Forum (3)
Oxford Zodiac (6)
Southampton University (7)
Gillingham Beacon Court (8)
Isle Of Wight Ryde Theatre (10)
Guildford Surrey University (11)
Birmingham Bar Academy (12)
Northampton Soundhaus (13)
London 100 Club (14)
Leeds Cockpit (16)


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