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This reporting lark is easy... single and tour news

Snow Patrol are touring, with Cut Le Roc, and have a single coming in November... shit, it's nearly christmas innit? Anyway, here is the press release:

To coincide with forthcoming Snow Patrol / Cut Le Roc dates, Jeepster will be releasing a limited, split 7 inch with Skint Records on the 25th September. One side will feature Snow Patrol performing a version of Cut Le Roc's Post Punk Progression the other side will feature a remix of a new Snow Patrol album track by Cut La Roc.

See Snow Patrol live:


Sat 23rd SHEFFIELD - Leadmill

Sun 24th GUILDFORD - Surrey University

Mon 25th MANCHESTER - Music Box

Tues 26th NEWCASTLE - University

Wed 27th GLASGOW - QMU

Sat 30th KEELE -University

Sun 1st October DUNDEE - On Air East "Revolver"

Tues 3rd YORK - Fibbers

Fri 6th EDINBURGH - Liquid Rooms

Sat 7th ABERDEEN - Lemon Tree "Juice"

Mon 9th CHELMSFORD - Army & Navy

Tues 10th LEICESTER - Charlotte

Wed 11th NORTHAMPTON - Roadmender

Thurs 12th LONDON - Kings College

Fri 13th HARLOW - The Square

Mon 16th GLOUCESTER - Guildhall

Thurs 19th CARDIFF - Clwb Ifor Bach

Some of this surely clashes with the Rachel Stamp tour, what are we to do?

Anyway, back to the press release:

Irish band Snow Patrol return with a new single on 6th November called Ask Me How I Am on Jeepster Recordings. The single is the first to be taken from their new album, When It's All Over, due for release in Feb 2001. This is the band's second album following the release of their critically acclaimed debut Songs For Polar Bears which was released in 1998.

Ask Me How I Am is available on CD only and includes two new tracks Command Of Cars and Talk To The Trees.

Get Snow Patrol tickets here1...

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