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The Slow Readers Club announce winter tour

Manchester broody rockers The Slow Readers Club, have announced they’re hitting the road this winter.

The Slow Readers Club
The Slow Readers Club go back on tour this winter, across the UK and Ireland.

The Slow Readers Club released their brilliant third album ‘Build A Tower’, back in May. While they’re making their way across the festival scene this summer, the Mancunians have revealed they’ll be touring across the UK and Ireland this winter.

The stunning third album received an 8/10 from us and it’s one that we’re keen to hear on stage. They’re reknown for their intense and spectacular live performances and what better way to warm up this winter than getting to one of their shows?

Build A Tower’ took the charts by storm, peaking at number 18 in the UK Official Top 20 Chart, number 4 in the vinyl and indie chart and hitting top spot in the cassette Chart.

Their latest album features storming tracks like ‘You Opened Up My Heart’, ‘Lunatic’ and  ‘Through The Shadows’.

The Slow Readers Club celebrated the release of their latest album with a sold-out gig in Manchester’s Cathedral. Now they’ll be returning to the stage in October and December for a short six date tour.

Their October dates will see them visit North and Southern Ireland, hitting both capitals Belfast and Dublin. While they’ll travel across the UK before the end of the year, visiting Glasgow, London and culminating with a hometown show back in Manchester.

The full tour dates are:

October:

12th – Limelight, Belfast, Northern Ireland

15th – The Button Factory, Dublin, Republin of Ireland

December:

8th – School of Art, Glasgow, Scotland

11th – Scala, London, England

14th – O2 Apollo – Manchester, England

Tickets for their winter tour are on sale now via SeeTicket for their UK dates and Ticketmaster for their Irish dates.

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