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Doom soul band Algiers for Dublin show

Doom soul band Algiers for Dublin show

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Algiers are a doom-soul band from Atlanta inspired by gospel, 60s protest soul and no wave who have just released their politically charged new album The Underside Of Power on Matador.

The band are due a European tour and they’ll land in the UK in late November and Dublin at The Grand Social on December 2nd. Tickets €14.50 on sale Friday at 10am from Ticketmaster for that.

Full dates below.

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Algiers - "Cleveland" (Official Video)

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UK/European tour dates:

1/11 NL, Eindhoven – Lichting @ Alstadt
2/11, NL, Amsterdam, Paradiso
3/11, Germany, Bielefeld, Nr. z. P.
5/11, Germany, Dresden, Beatpol
6/11, Germany, Berlin, Lido
8/11, Poland, Poznan, Meskalina
9/11, Poland, Warsaw, NIEBO
10/11, Poland, Wroclaw, Firlej
11/11, Czech, Prague, Klub 007
13/11 Italy, Turin, Astoria Club
14/11 France, Nimes, Paloma
15/11 Spain, Barcelona, Razzmatazz 2
16/11 France, Lyon, La Marche Gare
17/11 Switzerland Bern, Saint Ghetto Festival
18/11 Switzerland, Zurich, Bogen F
19/11 Belgium, Brussels, Botanique / Witloof Bar
20/11 France, Paris, La Maroquinerie
22/11 UK, Manchester, Soup Kitchen
23/11 UK, Liverpool, Magnet
24/11 UK, Glasgow, Fred Paton Daycare
27/11 UK Leeds, Brudenell Community Room
29/11 UK, London, Moth Club
30/11 UK, Brighton, The Haunt
2/12 Ireland, Dublin, Grand Social


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