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2:54 Announced Debut Album And UK Tour

2012’s hottest breakthrough UK sister act 2:54 embark on a UK tour and announce details of their debut album.

2:54 are the sister duo from London hypnotising audiences with their sexy, atmospheric moody rock. After casting a spell over critics last Autumn with their ‘Scarlet’ EP the Thurlow Sisters have been one of 2012’s most hotly anticipated British rock acts.

At the end of 2010 they started uploading demo’s online which sparked a touring frenzy from new bands who wanted the duo on the road with them from Warpaint, Wild Beats, The Maccabees, Yuck and most recently, The Big Pink. A hint of each of these bands sounds resonate throughout 2:54‘s music but they also tap into rock and punk from the likes of Queens of The Stone Age and Kyuss.

Their self-titled debut album is due for release on May 28th and their UK tour starts April 2nd in Norwich. Scroll below for the album track listing and upcoming tour dates.

New single ‘You’re Early’ is menacing, beautiful, eerie and lusterous. Watch the incredible video below!

TRACK LISTING

1.    Revolving

2.    You’re Early

3.    Easy Undercover

4.    A Salute

5.    Scarlet

6.    Sugar

7.    Circuitry

8.    Watcher

9.    Ride

10. Creeping

 

UPCOMING UK LIVE DATES

Apr 02                  NORWICH WATERFRONT

Apr 04                  MANCHESTER DEAF INSTITUTE

Apr 05                  GLASGOW CAPTAIN’S REST

Apr 10                  BRISTOL THEKLA w/ Chelsea Wolfe

Apr 11                  BRIGHTON GREEN DOOR STORE w/ Chelsea Wolfe

Apr 12                  TUNBRIDGE WELLS FORUM w/Deaf Club

Apr 13                  LIVERPOOL SHIPPING FORECAST w/Deaf Club

Apr 14                  LEEDS COCKPIT w/Deaf Club

Jun 07                  LONDON SCALA

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