LOOK! IT'S THE VON BONDIES!

The Detroit rockers hit the road at the end of the month...

LOOK! IT'S THE VON BONDIES!
Von Bondies are set to release 'TELL ME WHAT YOU SEE' as the second single to be released from their latest album 'PAWN SHOPPE HEART'.

The track comes out on May 3, and follows in the footsteps of their last offering, 'C'Mon C'Mon', which was their biggest hit to date.

Jason Stollsteimer and co. will also head out on the road in April for a full headline tour with support coming from British hopefuls Kasabian.

The dates are:
London ICA (April 19)
Bristol University (20)
Leeds Blank Canvas (21)
Brighton Concorde 2 (22)
Liverpool Academy (24)
Glasgow Garage (25)
Manchester Academy (26)
Birmingham Irish Centre (27)
Portsmouth Pyramid Centre (29)
London Astoria (30)

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