INME To Film Video, Perform On BBC RADIO 1

INME, widely hailed as one of the most exciting of the current crop of UK rock bands, will be traveling to Toronto, Canada to film the video for their forthcoming single, "Crushed Like Fruit", due on January 6th through Music For Nations Records. The band have also been confirmed to perform three tracks live-to-air on BBC Radio 1's Lamacq Live on Monday, October 7th at 8:30 p.m.

In other news, INME have announced a slew of shows as support to JJ72 and HUNDRED REASONS.

The dates are as follows:

Oct. 04 – Camber, UK @ Sands
Oct. 25 - London, UK @ Forum (w/JJ72)
Oct. 26 - Dublin, UK @ Ambassador Theatre (w/HUNDRED REASONS)
Oct. 28 - Norwich, UK @ UEA (w/HUNDRED REASONS)
Oct. 29 - Folkestone, UK @ Leas Cliff Hall (w/HUNDRED REASONS)
Oct. 30 - Southampton, UK @ Guildhall (w/HUNDRED REASONS)


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