We Are Scientists announce summer shows and single plans - ticket details

New Yorkers get ready to introduce world to 'Barbara' - their new album

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We Are Scientists have announced a series of dates and details of a new single.

The band who headlined The Roundhouse at the Camden Crawl this weekend (May 2), will play a series of UK shows this summer, before making appearances at Glastonbury (June 27) T In The Park (July 9) and the Reading And Leeds Festivals (August 27, 28).

The New York-based group will also release new single 'Nice Guys' on June 7, while third album 'Barbara' will follow a week later.

We Are Scientists will play:

Cambridge Junction (June 21)
Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall (22)
Sheffield Leadmil (24)
Oxford O2 Academy (25)


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