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Little Man Tate line up new single
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Little Man Tate unleash live favourite Hey Little Sweetie on 8 September

Little Man Tate have announced plans to release new single Hey Little Sweetie next month.

The Sheffield four-piece will unleash the long standing live favourite on 8 September ahead of their second album, Nothing Worth Having Comes Easy, which hits record stores a week later.

The band are also due to appear at the V Festival in Chelmsford and Staffordshire over the weekend of 16-17 August.

After that they will hit the road for a series of fan shows before they embark on a full UK tour.

Little Man Tate will play:

  • Birmingham Bar Academy (8 September)
  • Manchester Roadhouse (9)
  • London Barfly (13)
  • Bristol Thekla (16)
  • Liverpool Academy (17)
  • Stoke Sugarmill (18)
  • Peterborough The Park (19)
  • Northampton Roadmenders (20)
  • Bedford Esquires (22)
  • Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms (23)
  • London Islington Academy (24)
  • Aldershot West End Centre (25)
  • Harlow Square (26)
  • Stockton Ku Bar (27)
  • Nottingham Rescue Rooms (29)
  • Sage Gateshead (30)
  • Glasgow Garage (1 October)
  • Edinburgh Liquid Room (2)
  • Dundee Fat Sams (3)
  • Aberdeen Moshulu (4)
  • Swansea Sin City (6)
  • Colchester Arts Centre (7)
  • Leicester Charlotte (9)
  • Sheffield Academy (10)


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