'C'MON' THEN!

'C'mon C'mon' comes backed with a host of extras...

'C'MON' THEN!
Von Bondies have confirmed final details of the single that will coincide with their appearance on the NME AWARDS TOUR.


Out on February 2, ‘C’mon C’mon’ is the first fruit of the Detroit band’s major label deal with Warners, and the lead single from imminent second studio album ‘Pawn Shoppe Heart’, out February 9.


The single will be available on 7" and CD and comes backed with ’Love Is Like A Drug’, while the CD comes with bonus tracks ‘Heartlessly’ and ‘Hopeless’, plus the video to ‘C’mon C’
mon’.


Later this month, the band head out on the NME Awards Tour alongside Funeral For A Friend, Rapture and Franz Ferdinand. The dates are as follows:

Glasgow Barrowlands (26)
Birmingham Academy (27)
Sheffield University Foundry (29)
Liverpool University (30)
Manchester Academy (31)
Leeds University (February 2)
Nottingham Rock City (3)
Norwich UEA (4)
Portsmouth Pyramids (6)
Brixton Academy (7)
Cardiff Great Hall (8)


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