THE 69 EYES have dropped to position #4 in their native Finland with the group's latest CD, entitled Paris Kills, during the album's third week of release. The LP had spent two weeks at #1 and had produced one #1 single in the shape of "Dance D'Amour".
The next single from Paris Kills, "Betty Blue", will be released at the end of May and will include two live tracks recorded at Radiomafia Studio B sessions for the Finnish national radio in April: "Grey" and "Don't Turn Your Back On Fear".
THE 69 EYES are currently playing select live dates in Finland and are getting ready for the summer festival season. The confirmed festival dates are as follows:
Jun. 14 - Seinäjoki, FIN @ Provinssirock
Jun. 20 – Jämsä, FIN @ Himos Festival
Jun. 21 – Rauma, FIN @ Raumanmeren Juhannus
Jun. 22 – Nummijärvi, FIN @ Nummirock
Jun. 22 – Kouvola, FIN @ Midnight Party Planet
Jul. 06 – Turku, FIN @ Ruisrock
Jul. 11 – SWE @ Arvikafestivalen
Jul. 19 – Tempere, FIN @ Tammerfest
Jul. 27 – Virrat, FIN @ Hiekkaranta
Aug. 03 – Vantaa, FIN @ Ankkarock
Aug. 06 – HUN @ Sziget Festival
Aug. 10 – GER @ M'era Luna
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