The Pigeon Detectives kick off UK tour

Band debut brand new song in Belfast

The Pigeon Detectives kicked off their mammoth UK tour last night (October 10) in Belfast’s Mandela Hall, debuting a new song entitled ‘Emergency’.

The band played a selection of fan favourites such as ‘I’m Not Sorry’, ‘I Found Out’ and ‘Romantic Type’ as well as a handful of b-sides and their new song, inducing mass dancing and singing amongst the sold out crowd.

The band now head out to continue their biggest UK tour to date.

The Pigeon Detectives played:

‘I Found Out’

‘Don’t Know How To Say Goodbye’

‘Can’t Control Myself’

‘Cos I Need You’

‘Romantic Type’

‘Stop Or Go’

‘Dick’ead’

‘Take Her Back’

‘Better Not Look My way’

‘Couldn’t Believe It’

‘Wait For Me’

‘Caught In Your Trap’

‘Emergency’

‘I’m Always Right’

‘I’m Not Sorry’

See next week’s issue of NME – on UK newsstands from October 17 – for exclusive news from The Pigeon Detectives.