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Courtesans Release 'Feel The Same' Video & Announce More UK Headline Shows





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London doom pop group, the Courtesans, have released a new video ahead of Wednesday 13 shows and announced more dates for their UK headline tour.

'Feel The Same' is the second music video to be taken from their current release, following 'Mesmerise', and lands ahead of UK dates in support of Wednesday 13 this October, and a UK headline tour this November and December.

The Courtesans say, “Feel The Same is a tale of deception, desperation and resignation. It’s about a hollow belief in other people’s honour, honesty and good intentions when dealing with your emotions.

“Holding on to what you thought you were told was true but being confronted with the chilling reality of having been lied to and then left alone to battle the pain of understanding the lies you were spun, questioning everything you thought was real.”

Wednesday 13 UK Tour with specials guests The Courtesans

26th Oct - MANCHESTER, Club Academy
27th Oct - GLASGOW, Garage
28th Oct - LONDON, O2 Academy Islington

Courtesans 'Subspecies' UK tour with special guests Bullet Height

23rd Nov - CARDIFF, The Moon
24th Nov - BRISTOL, Mothers Ruin
25th Nov - SOUTHAMPTON, Heartbreakers
26th Nov - BRIGHTON, The Hope & Ruin
30th Nov - LONDON, The Black Heart
1st Dec - LEICESTER, Duffy's Bar
2nd Dec - NOTTINGHAM, The Red Room
3rd Dec - NORWICH, The Waterfront Studio
6th Dec - BIRMINGHAM, The Flapper
7th Dec - LEEDS, The Key Club
8th Dec - GLASGOW, Audio
9th Dec - NEWCASTLE, Think Tank
10th Dec - MANCHESTER, Gullivers

Tickets on sale now

Courtesans official website: https://www.thecourtesans.org

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thecourtesans/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/the_courtesans

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/courtesans/







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