Yashin, Vampires Everywhere to tour UK

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Yashin and Vampires Everywhere have announced a co-headline UK tour.

They’ll kick off the run of shows at Bedford’s Esquires on September 27 and wrap up at the Ironworks in Inverness on October 31.

Yashin singer Harry Radford says: “I have been friends with Michael Vampire for many years – and we are stoked to go on a co-headlining tour together with his band.”

Vampire adds: “We are very excited for this Yashin and Vampires Everywhere run.”

Yashin recently launched their third album The Renegades, while Vampires Everywhere released their third album entitled Ritual in March.

Support on all dates will be provided by Swedish outfit Firstborn.

Yashin's Renegades due in February

Yashin, Vampires Everywhere, Firstborn UK 2016 UK tour

Sep 27: Bedford Esquires
Sep 28: Milton Keynes Crauford Arms
Oct 13: Southampton Talking Heads
Oct 14: Birmingham The Coutyard
Oct 15: Norwich Waterfront
Oct 18: Leamington Spa Zephyr Lounge
Oct 19: Reading Sub 89
Oct 20: Derby The Venue
Oct 21: Plymouth The Hub
Oct 23: London Underworld
Oct 24: Cardiff The Globe
Oct 25: Bristol The Fleece
Oct 26: York Fibbers
Oct 27: Chester Live Rooms
Oct 30: Newcastle Think Tank
Oct 31: Inverness Ironworks

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