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Stereophonics Celebrate 'Graffiti On The Train' Album Release With Brixton Show On March 4th 2013

13 Feb 2013
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Stereophonics Celebrate 'Graffiti On The Train' Album Release With Brixton Show On March 4th 2013

Stereophonics Celebrate 'Graffiti On The Train' Album Release With Brixton Show On March 4th 2013

To celebrate the release of their eighth studio album 'Graffiti On The Train' - out March 4th - Stereophonics are previewing the LP with an intimate performance at Electric Brixton that evening, before christening it with additional shows in Paris and Berlin.

They return to the UK March 15th for an intimate run of dates, which sold out in just minutes.
Electric Brixton began life as Edwardian cinema The Palladium Picture Playhouse and with the interior restored to its original grandeur it will be the perfect environment for the band's dramatic and cinematic new album.

Stereophonics play:
March
Mon 4th              LONDON, Electric Brixton
Fri 15th                LEICESTER, De Montford Hall
Sat 16th              WOLVERHAMPTON, Civic Hall
Mon 18th            LEEDS, Academy 
Tue 19th              SOUTHEND, Cliffs Pavilion
Thu 21st              CHELTENHAM, Centaur
Fri  22nd               PORTSMOUTH, Guildhall
Sat 23rd              PLYMOUTH, Pavilions 
Mon 25th            DONCASTER, Dome
Tue 26th              BLACKPOOL, Empress Ballroom
Wed 27th            EDINBURGH, Usher Hall

New single 'Indian Summer' is out February 25th and perfectly encapsulates the record's filmic grace. It comes in a limited 10" with lyrics etched on the B-side.

The band will be playing festivals throughout the summer before returning to UK arenas this autumn.
Stereophonics are: Kelly Jones - vocals/guitar, Richard Jones - bass, Adam Zindani - guitar and Jamie Morrison - drums.




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http://www.stereophonics.com


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