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Dangers of Love news

Posted June 9, 2019, 11:28 a.m. in Records by Loren
Dangers of Love news

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Dangers of Love have a new video, a 6-song self-titled EP about to release, and an upcoming tour in the works.

The band just send out word of the OCD-themed video to "Holsten Pils Blues," below, and they will also be touring the UK with Kermes in July before an album release show in London on Jluy 8. "Holsten Pils Blues" is the lead song on the band's debut EP.

Tour dates:

14/7 Edinburgh, Banshee Labyrinth*

15/7 Newcastle, Heaton Perk*

16/7 Leeds, Chunk*

17/7 Manchester, Peer Hat*

18/7 Birmingham, Hare & Hounds*

19/7 Cheltenham, Frog & Fiddle*

20/7 Brighton, Punx Picnic*

21/7 Oxford, Library*

7/8 London, Shacklewell Arms (EP release show)

*with Kermes

Track listing

1. Holsten Pils Blues

2. Why Would You Run

3. Dangers of Love

4. Hyperactive Imagination

5. Aries

6. She's Coming Over

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