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EofE Announce First Headline Tour

EofE have announced details about their first headlining tour – find out where they’re heading here!

Source: Press Shot

Pop-rock Band EofE, who first found their fame in front of huge audiences up and down the country as a support act on the McBusted tour have announced they will be heading out on their own 13-date headline tour in November.

After the success of the McBusted tour support their own headline tour is the natural progression for the band and lead singer Tom Harris said “We’re looking forward to heading out on our own tour now! By November we’ll have loads of new material, plus all the songs we played on the McBusted tour, so will be putting on a much bigger show.”

As a warm-up for the tour the EofE boys will be heading out on the road this summer but this time instead of arena’s they could be playing in your living room to coincide with the release of the bands new single ‘Piece Of You’, due for release on August 17th. The single is a little different to ‘Lust’, which peaked at number 8 in the official rock chart when it was released earlier this year.

We really enjoyed their set on the McBusted Tour, so cannot wait to see what EofE bring to their own headline tour, something tells us it will be pretty special.

The dates you can see the band are listed below and tickets are on sale now, let us know if you plan on going!

November 2014:

SAT 1ST York Fibbers
SUN 2ND Runcorn The Brindley
MON 3RD Bristol Bierkeller
THURS 6TH Eastney The Cellars
FRI 7TH Tunbridge Wells The Forum
THURS 14TH Cheltenham Sound Music Venue
SAT 15TH Birmingham The Institute
SUN 16TH Southampton Joiners
MON 17TH London Borderline
MON 24TH Manchester Sound Control
TUES 25TH Glasgow Broadcast
WEDS 26TH Inverness Ironworks
THURS 27TH Aberdeen Tunnels

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