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Skating Polly announce September UK and European tour

Skating Polly - The Make It All Show

1. Classless Act
2. Little Girl Blue and the Battle Envy
3. Free Will At Ease
4. Queen For A Day (ft Exene Cervenka)
5. They're Cheap 
6. Long Ride
7. Camelot
8. Hollywood Factory
9. This Vacation
10. Flatwound Strings
11. Don't Leave Me Gravity

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Skating Polly have announced that they’ll head out on a UK and European tour later this year.

The trio of Kelli Mayo, Peyton Bighorse and Kurtis Mayo will release their new album The Make It All Show tomorrow across Europe (April 11) via El Camino Media, with the band previously sharing the tracks Hollywood Factory (opens in new tab) and Queen For A Day (opens in new tab) from the record.

And to mark the tour announcement, they've released a new video for Little Girl Blue And The Battle Envy, which can be seen below.

Speaking about the track, Kelli Mayo says: “On the surface it’s about a soldier who would rather live with the shame of leaving her post or even a life sentence, than deal with all the pressure and commands that come with the ‘glory.’

“I guess on a more personal level it came from a place of feeling like no one was letting me make choices for myself and I was just being yanked into a billion different directions based on what they thought I should be.”

Earlier this week, Skating Polly sat down with Louder to give a track-by-track guide to The Make It All Show (opens in new tab).

Skating Polly UK and European tour dates

Sep 06: Groningen Vera, Netherlands
Sep 07: Bielefeld Extra Blues Bar, Germany
Sep 09: Den Haag Paard, Netherlands
Sep 10: London Sebright Arms, UK
Sep 11: Newport Le Pub, UK
Sep 13: Bristol The Thunderbolt, UK
Sep 14: Leicester Firebug, UK
Sep 15: Glasgow Broadcast, UK
Sep 16: Birmingham Hare And Hounds, UK
Sep 17: Grimsby Yardbirds Rock Club, UK
Sep 18: Paris L’Olympic Cafe, France
Sep 19: Orleans Blue Devils, France
Sep 20: Chambery Le Brin de Zinc, France
Sep 22: Siegen Vortex Surfer Musikclub, Germany

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