The Bristol duo announce their first run of UK dates (beyond the one-off club and festival performances) since the pandemic began. The forthcoming gigs follow a sold-out Fabric show and an appearance at the Pitchfork Festival in London late last year.
This announcement also coincides with the band making last year’s short film ‘Flight of the Giant Swan’ available to stream online for the first time. Directed by Joe Hatt, the film is a document of their last UK tour in November 2019, around the release of their self-titled debut LP. It has since been shown at Rewire Festival and the Bern International Film Festival.

Tour dates:
Thursday 28th April
Leeds, Belgrave Music Hall 
w/ Taaliah, K Means
Friday 29th April
Liverpool, District
w/ Solen Velour, Hesska + More
Saturday 30th April
Manchester, White Hotel 
w/ ZULI, K Means, Rosa Methol
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