The Selecter announce album and 2013 UK tour

The Selecter announce details of ‘String Theory’ album and March 2013 UK Tour

2-Tone legends The Selecter have announced details of a major UK tour in March 2013.

Comprising 20-dates, the tour will see the band perform across the length and breadth of the UK in support of the forthcoming ‘String Theory’ album… ‘String Theory’ is a collection of 10 new songs, all of which connect with the band’s past, while saying something about today, and will be made available in February 2013 via Vocaphone Records.

The Selecter announce album and 2013 UK tour

Thu 28 Feb Sub Rooms, Stroud
Fri 01 Mar Fleece, Bristol
Sat 02 Mar Phoenix, Exeter
Sun 03 Mar Academy 2, Liverpool
Thu 07 Mar Academy 2, Newcastle
Fri 08 Mar Oran Mor, Glasgow
Sat 09 Mar Liquid Rooms, Edinburgh
Sun 10 Mar Academy 2, Sheffield
Thu 14 Mar Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
Fri 15 Mar Corn Exchange, Hertford
Sat 16 Mar Robin 2, Wolverhampton
Sun 17 Mar The Globe, Cardiff
Thu 21 Mar The Waterfront, Norwich
Fri 22 Mar East Quay, Whitstable
Sat 23 Mar Assembly Hall, London (Special Guests TBA)
Sun 24 Mar Concorde 2, Brighton
Thu 28 Mar Arts Centre, Colchester
Fri 29 Mar Brudenell, Leeds
Sat 30 Mar Rock City, Nottingham
Sun 31 Mar Auditorium, Ricoh Coventry

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  1. Saw them this year with Talisman replacing the scheduled support -a great gig – review here httpss://


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