SUGARCOMA Push Back Album Release Date, Announce Upcoming Tour
Due to unforeseen problems with the album's artwork Britain's female-fronted SUGARCOMA have pushed back the release of their debut full-length CD, entitled Becoming Something Else, to July 8th through Music For Nations Records. Similarly, due to artwork and video problems, the release date for the group's next single, "Zero Star", has been moved back to June 17th.
In other news, SUGARCOMA have announced the following dates with NUMBER ONE SUN:
Jun. 13 – Chelmsford, UK @ Army and Navy
Jun. 14 - London, UK @ Underworld
Jun. 15 - Brighton, UK @ Concorde 2
Jun. 16 - Sheffield, UK @ Barfly
Jun. 17 - Leeds, UK @ Joseph Wells
Jun. 18 - Glasgow, UK @ Cathouse
Jun. 19 - Manchester, UK @ Hop and Grape
Jun. 20 - Oxford, UK @ Zodiac
Jun. 21 - Wolverhampton, UK @ Little Civic
Jun. 22 - Tunbridge, UK @ Wells Forum
Jun. 23 - Norwich, UK @ Waterfront
Jun. 24 - Northampton, UK @ Soundhaus
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