THERAPY? Announce European Dates

Britain's THERAPY? have announced the provisional dates for the first part of their "High Anxiety" European tour.

The details are as follows:

May 13 - Hop & Grape - Manchester, UK
May 14 - Academy 2 - Birmingham, UK
May 15 - LA2 - London, UK
May 16 - The Garage - Glasgow, SCO
May 19 - Divan Du Monde - Paris, FRA
May 20 - Melkweg - Amsterdam, NETH
May 21 - Orangerie - Brussels, BEL
May 23 - Transilvannia - Milan, ITA
May 24 - Velvet - Rimini, ITA
May 25 - Abart - Zurich, SWI
May 26 - Rockhouse - Salzburg, AUT
May 27 - Szene - Vienna, AUT
May 29 - Prime Club - Cologne, GER
May 30 - Feverwerk - Munich, GER
May 31 - Schlaihthof - Hamburg, GER

THERAPY?'s new CD, "High Anxiety", is due on May 5 through Eagle Rock Records (Spitfire Records in the U.S.). "High Anxiety" was recorded at Parkgate Studios near Hastings, U.K. under the watchful eye of producer Pete Bartlett and marks the recording debut with the group of drummer Neil Cooper (ex-BEYOND/CABLE).


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