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Scottish band will tour in support of new LP 'No One Can Ever Know'

The Twilight Sad announce February 2012 UK tour – ticket details
The Twilight Sad have announced a UK tour for February 2012.

The Scottish band will tour in support of their third studio album, which is set to be titled 'No One Can Ever Know' and which is due for release in February 2012. The run of gigs will consist of eight UK shows.

The tour begins at Glasgow's Ole Opry on February 9 and runs until February 16, when the band headline Leeds' Brudenell Social Club.

'No One Can Ever Know' is the follow-up to the band's 2009 album 'Forget The Night Ahead' and comes after the band's 2010 EP 'The Wrong Car'. The album's first single 'Sick' was released earlier this month.

The Twilight Sad will play:

Glasgow Grand Ole Opry (February 9) ?
Manchester Ruby Lounge (10)
Sheffield Queens Social Club (11) ?
Birmingham Hare And Hounds (12)
Bristol Fleece (13)
London Cargo (14) ?
Nottingham Stealth (15)
Leeds Brudenell Social Club (16)


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