SUGARCOMA Headlining UK Tour Announced

Britain's female-fronted act SUGARCOMA have announced the dates for their upcoming headlining UK tour with Music For Nations labelmates INME. They are as follows:

Apr. 05 - Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK @ University
Apr. 06 – Glasgow, UK @ Cathouse
Apr. 08 – Manchester, UK @ Roadhouse
Apr. 09 – Leicester, UK @ Princess Charlottes
Apr. 10 – Cardiff, UK @ Barfly
Apr. 11 – Bristol, UK @ Fleece & Firkin
Apr. 12 – Southampton, UK @ Joiners
Apr. 17 – Birmingham, UK @ Academy 2
Apr. 18 – London, UK @ Borderline

SUGARCOMA's debut single, a double A-side featuring a cover of BRITNEY SPEARS' "(You Drive Me) Crazy" and their own track "Windings", will be released to coincide with the dates. SUGARCOMA's debut album, entitled Becoming Something Else, was produced by Colin Richardson (i.e. MACHINE HEAD, FEAR FACTORY) and will be issued through Music For Nations in May.


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