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Goldie Lookin Chain - New Album Kings of Caerleon And Tour Dates
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Tuesday, 03 September 2013
Goldie Lookin Chain - New Album Kings of Caerleon And Tour DatesWelsh comedy rap group, (boy I bet they sometimes wish they never backed themselves into that corner) Goldie Lookin Chain are about to release new album Kings Of Caerleon. The Newport collective are celebrating a decade of success since first gaining the public's attention with their first releases back in the early 2000s. The new album is to be released on 2nd September (today) which features vintage Goldie Lookin Chain material including sharp lyrical observation with the same comedic value.

Watch the new video for album track Baneswell Express:

Goldie Lookin Chain will also be embarking on a large UK tour which will allow fans to join in the celebrations of the anniversary of the group. The tour will include the following dates:

UK Tour

2.10 - Bournemouth, Old Fire Station
3.10 - Bristol, Thekla
4.10 - Newcastle, Northumbria Uni SU Reds Bar
5.10 - Swansea, The Garage
10.10 - Birmingham, 02 Academy
11.10 - Leeds, University Mine
12.10 - Gloucester, Guildhall
17.10 - York, Fibbers
18.10 - Leicester, 02 Academy
19.10 - Coventry, Kasbah
23.10 - Luton, Charlie Browns
24.10 - London, Scala
25.10 - Cardiff, Globe
1.11 - Cumbria, Barrow The Nines
7.11 - Sheffield, The Corporation
8.11 - Glasgow, Audio
9.11 - Frome, Cheese & Grain

Kings of Caerleon will be released via 1983 Records on 2nd September 2013.

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