Shout Out Louds: Tour News, Video Links

artist: Shout Out Louds date: 02/02/2006 category: upcoming tours

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Shout Out Louds: Tour News, Video Links
2005 saw a fantastic start to the Shout Out Louds story. With the release of their critically acclaimed debut album 'Howl Howl Gaff Gaff' in September and a year of relentless touring, including support slots with The Magic Numbers, The Futureheads and Kings of Leon, the band have picked up scores of fans and strong support along the way. 2006 is set for even bigger things for the Stockholm band. Album highlight and live favourite 'Please Please Please' will be released as a single on 20th February on CD and 2 x limited 7"s, featuring an exclusive remix and a non album bonus track. Check out 'Please, Please, Please' video streams: Real Media (Hi, Lo), Windows Media (Hi, Lo) Shout Out Louds are currently on tour with The Strokes and have also been confirmed to play an NME ShockWaves Awards show in February, alongside The Magic Numbers, The Concretes and Morning Runner. Details are as follows:
  • Shout Out Louds on tour with The Strokes: 02/03 - Brighton - Centre 02/04 - Portsmouth - Guildhall
  • Headline Shows (except the Brixton date): 02/05 - Cardiff - Barfly 02/06 - Newcastle - Digital 02/10 - Leeds - Cockpit 02/11 - Glasgow - School Of Art - Club NME 02/12 - York - Fibbers 02/13 - Sheffield - Plug Club - Club NME 02/14 - Manchester - High Voltage @ Music Box 02/15 - Wolverhampton - Little Civic 02/16 - London - Brixton Academy (NME ShockWaves Awards show) 02/17 - London - Kill 'Em All club night at Fabric
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