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Band will take 'Money And Celebrity' on the road in the autumn

The Subways announce UK tour – ticket details

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The Subways have announced a UK tour for September and October.

The band, who are set to release their third album 'Money And Celebrity' in September, will play 13 dates. These begin at Oxford's O2 Academy on September 17 and run until October 4 when the band headline London's KOKO.

The trio recorded 'Money And Celebrity' with Blur/The Smiths producer Stephen Street in London and have also released a brand new track for free download.



Titled 'It's A Party', the track is now available for free from the band's official website thesubways.net. Another single will precede the album's release in early September.

The Subways will play:

O2 Academy Oxford (September 17)
Falmouth Princess Pavilion (18)
O2 Academy Birmingham (20)
Nottingham Rescue Rooms (21)
Wrexham Central Station (23)
Glasgow Oran Mor (24)
O2 Academy Newcastle (25)
Manchester Academy 3 (27)
Sheffield Foundry (28)
Swansea Sin City (30)
Bristol Thekla (October 1)
Southampton University (3)
London KOKO (4)


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