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Hard-Fi Announce UK Arena Tour



Hard-Fi have announced details of a new UK Arena Tour in December.

From the press release:

Hard-Fi are the sound of the summer. They’ve dominated airwaves with the Radio 1 A-list single ‘Suburban Knights’, wowed live audiences and soared to Number 1 with their eagerly awaited new studio album ‘Once Upon A Time In The West’. Now, fresh from a sold-out intimate club tour, they’ve announced 11 UK arena dates for December.

"This is our first real tour for the new album,” says frontman Richard Archer. “We can't wait to take it on the road with all the old favourites from the 1st LP. These will be our biggest shows so far - and we intend to make them our best!"

The details are:

December

4th GLASGOW, Barrowlands

5th GLASGOW, Barrowlands

6th LIVERPOOL, Aintree Pavillion

8th SWINDON, Oasis

10th BRIGHTON, Brighton Centre

12th BOURNEMOUTH, BIC

13th NOTTINGHAM, Arena

14th BIRMINGHAM, Academy

15th BIRMINGHAM, Academy

17th MANCHESTER, Central

18th LONDON, Wembley Arena

TICKETS £22.50 (LONDON, £25) & GO ON SALE SEPTEMBER 14TH AT 9AM

AGE RESTRICTIONS APPLY – SEE WWW.HARD-FI.COM FOR DETAILS

Written by Richard Archer, co-produced by Richard with Wolsey White
and mixed by Spike Stent, ‘Once Upon A Time In The West’ is an 11-track triumph. A tour-de-force of genre-hopping beats, stomping Motown undercurrents and rapid-fire delivery, it’s the band’s second studio album and follows the Number 1 debut ‘Stars of CCTV’.

Hard-Fi are: Richard Archer (vocals), Ross Phillips (guitar), Kai Stephens (bass) and Steven Kemp (drums).

www.hard-fi.com

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