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DECADE ANNOUNCED AS SPECIAL GUESTS ON THE USED UK TOUR‏

DECADE ANNOUNCED AS SPECIAL GUESTS ON THE USED UK TOUR ‏



 

CONFIRMED FOR HIT THE DECK AND TAKEDOWN FESTIVAL

DECADE have been revealed as special guests to The Used on their February run of shows up and down the UK. Decade complete the bill, joining UK hardcore outfit, Landscapes who are also confirmed to appear at all dates.

Says Alex Sears, Decade frontman; “We are completely made up to be touring with The Used. I think every band currently on the UK circuit would agree that they are a massively influential band so to be able to tour with them is an honour. Plus our mates in Landscapes are coming out too so it’s gonna be one big party!”


Furthermore, Decade are confirmed to play two festivals following their dates with The Used; the first of which will be Takedown Festival, Southampton (UK), onMarch 7th alongside acts such as Mallory Knox, Charlie SimpsonArcane Roots, followed by Hit The Deck Festival which takes place over 2 days and various venues in both Bristol (25th April) and Nottingham (26th April).

Tour dates as follows:-
February
Thursday 5th – Mo Club, Southampton
Saturday 7th – Rock City, Nottingham
Sunday 8th – O2 Academy Newcastle
Tuesday 10th – The Garage, Glasgow
Wednesday 11th – The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen
Friday 13th – Stylus, Leeds
Saturday 14th – Academy 2 Manchester
Sunday 15th – O2 Academy 2 Birmingham
Tuesday 17th – O2 Academy Oxford
Thursday 19th – KOKO, London
Friday 20th – O2 Academy Bristol

March
Saturday 7th – Southampton University

April
Saturday 25th – Bristol
Sunday 26th – Nottingham

DECADE’s debut album, ‘Good Luck’, is available now via Spinefarm Records.

Purchase ‘Good Luck’ here:
iTunes: http://po.st/sq0iVj
Amazon: http://po.st/6JPhIi

Details of a second album will be revealed in due-course.

Watch the official video clip for ‘COFFIN’, featuring live performances from the band here:






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