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Music news round up: w/e 9 March

Mudhoney will release Vanishing Point, their 9th full-length album in 25 years, on April 1st in the UK and Europe via Sub Pop. Here's an album trailer:


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Daughter have confirmed they will play some of their biggest UK shows to date this autumn. They will play:

October
16th - BEXHILL ON SEA, De La Warr Pavilion
17th - WOLVERHAMPTON, Wulfrun Hall
19th - NEWCASTLE, Tyne Theatre
20th - GLASGOW, Old Fruitmarket
21st - MANCHESTER, Ritz
22nd - LEEDS, Town Hall
24th - BATH, Komedia
25th - CARDIFF, Great Hall
26th - CAMBRIDGE, Junction 1
27th - NORWICH, UEA
29th - LONDON, Shepherds Bush Empire

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Funeral For A Friend have just released a video for their track 'Nails'.


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Slow Club will play a special live set at Proud Camden on March 14th as part of Proud’s newest endeavour: #aMonthOfGOODsex. This will be their first London gig of 2013.

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Josh Kumra has announced that his debut album Good Things Come To Those Who Don't Wait will be out on April 15th through RCA. The album will be preceded a week earlier by new single 'The Answer'.

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Rolo Tomassi have announced a UK headline tour for May, with support at all dates coming from Bastions. Tickets are on sale now, with full details as follows:

Saturday 11 - London Electrowerkz
Sunday 12 – Leeds Brudenell Social Club
Monday 13 - Newcastle Cluny 2
Tuesday 14 - Liverpool Blade Factory
Wednesday 15 - Cardiff Undertone
Thursday 16 - Southampton Joiners

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