The Subways announce UK tour and ticket details

Band expected to showcase new album on June dates

The Subways announce UK tour and ticket details
The Subways have announced details of a June UK tour.

The Hertfordshire trio, who are currently working on their third studio album with Blur producer Stephen Street, are set to play a one-off gig at London's Buffalo Bar on April 4. They will then tour the UK in June.

The tour begins at the Gloucester Guildhall on June 3 and finishes at the Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms on June 15.

They are expected to debut songs from the new album at the shows.

The Subways will play:

London Buffalo Bar (April 4)
Gloucester Guildhall (June 3)
Cardiff Millennium Music Hall (4)
Derby Venue (5)
Darlington Inside Out (7)
Leeds Brudenell Centre (8)
Yeovil Orange Box (9)
Canterbury The Farmhouse (12)
Norwich Arts Centre (14)
Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms (15)

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