21 Jan 2005
Silent Partners - News of the World Tour 
Silent Partners' News of the World Tour starts tomorrow in Oldham and roams around the north until finishing in London on 27 February.

January

Sat 22 - The Castle, Oldham + support + Stone Love DJs + DJ Fez (Supasonik)
Mon 24 - The Adelphi, Hull + Support
Wed 26 - Carpe Diem, Leeds + Thewlis
Thu 27 - Junktion 7, Nottingham + Vasquez
Fri 28 - The Albert, Shrewsbury + Support
Sat 29 - The Circulation, Burnley + Vinny Perculiar (feat. Andy Rourke and Mike Joyce, ex-Smiths) + support

February

Tues 1 - De Bees Music Bar, Winsford + Support
Thu 3 - T' Mesis Cafe Bar, Manchester + The Loungs + 3rd Dan + Inbred Quarter
Fri 4 - Central Station, Wrexham + DJ Clint Boon + The Draft
Fri 11 - Drummonds, Aberdeen + Support
Sat 12 - North Star, Lerwick, Shetland + Support + DJ Alan McLeod
Sun 13 - Mooneys Wake, Lerwick, Shetland (Silent Partners intimate acoustic set)
Wed 16 - The Magnet, Liverpool + Support
Sun 27 - Brixton Telegraph, London + The History, The Seen, The Dukes, The High Times, Marver Brown, and The View (All day event)

More details at www.silent-partners.info

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