You Say Party! We Say Die! announce UK tour

The band gear up to debut album release

You Say Party! We Say Die! announce UK tour
You Say Party! We Say Die! have announced details of a new UK tour.

The band will kick off the dates on May 18 as part of The Great Escape event in Brighton before heading off around England, Scotland and Ireland.

‘Hit The Floor’ – the group’s debut album – is currently scheduled for release in early June.

You Say Party! We Say Die! will play:

Brighton Pressure Point (May 18) *
Coventry Colosseum (20)
Bristol Louisiana (21)
London Madam Jojos (23)
Cambridge The Soul Tree (24)
Manchester Music Box (25)
Liverpool Barfly (26)
Newcastle Hi Fi Festival (27)
Nottingham Dot Dot Dot Festival (28)
Leeds Faversham (June 3)
Sheffield Plug (5)
Glasgow King Tuts (6)
Belfast Queens University (8)
Dublin The Hub (9)
London Mean Fiddler (10)

* The Great Escape

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