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General News / October 16, 2019

The Murder Capital share new video and announce new tour dates

General News / October 16, 2019

The Murder Capital share new video and announce new tour dates

Rising post-punk outfit The Murder Capital share new video and reveal tour dates for 2020.

The Murder Capital are steadily building a name for themselves as one of the most exciting acts coming out of the country. Today, they released a new video for ‘More Is Less’ following the release of their  debut album ‘When I Have Fears’  that reached the top 20 of the UK charts.

The release of their latest visuals comes alongside the news of a string of live dates in 2020 that will follow their UK and european tour in November. The band play Vicar Street in Dublin on 27 February.

Tickets for the new dates will go on sale at 9AM BST on
Friday 18th October.

Tickets will be available from: www.themurdercapital.com