ONE MINUTE SILENCE will follow their January tour of Britain with further shows in March/April.

Confirmed dates are as follows:

Mar. 27 – Aberdeen, UK @ Lemon Tree
Mar. 28 - Glasgow, UK @ Garage
Mar. 29 - Newcastle, UK @ University
Mar. 30 - Sheffield, UK @ Leadmill
Mar. 31 - Manchester, UK @ MDH
Apr. 02 - Portsmouth, UK @ Wedgewood Rooms
Apr. 03 - Brighton, UK @ Concorde 2
Apr. 05 - Plymouth, UK @ University
Apr. 06 - Bristol, UK @ Bierkeller
Apr. 08 - Cambridge, UK @ Junction
Apr. 09 - Norwich, UK @ Waterfront
Apr. 10 - London, UK @ Marquee
Apr. 11 - Wolverhampton, UK @ Wulfrun Hall
Apr. 12 - Nottingham, UK @ Rock City
Apr. 13 - Oxford, UK @ Zodiac 13

ONE MINUTE SILENCE's third album is due in May through Taste Media, a joint venture between Dennis Smith at Sawmills Studios in Cornwall, U.K. and Safta Jaffery at SJP Producer Management. Its is being produced by John Leckie (PINK FLOYD, MUSE, JOHN LENNON) and John Cornfield (MUSE, FEEDER)


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