12 Sep 2011
Section 25 Invicta EP out 2 October 
The new release by Section 25 is the Invicta EP which is released Monday 3 October 2011 via Hacienda Records (HAC 010, digital download via fac51thehacienda.com and then on Monday 17 October via iTunes, Spotify, Beatport, etc.

The full tracklisting is:

1. Colour, Movement, Sex and Violence (Song mix 3:22)
2. Inner Drive (Chaos mix 4:56)
3. Colour, Movement, Sex and Violence (Alternative mix 3:56)
4. Inner Drive (Song mix 3:48)

A tour accompanying the release has been announced with dates in the UK, America and Belgium plus there is a Manchester date at The Factory on Saturday 8 October.

2011 tour itinerary

Sat 8 Oct - The Factory, 112-118 Princess St, Manchester M1 7EN, Tel: 0161 272 7251 - Buy tickets

Thu 17 Nov - Mojo 13, 1706 Philadelphia Pike, Wilmington, DE 19809, Tel: 302 798 5798
Fri 18 Nov - The Ottobar, 2549 North Howard St, Baltimore, MD 21218, Tel: 410 662 0069
Sat 19 Nov - Secret Project Robot, 210 Kent Av, Brooklyn, New York 11211, USA
Sun 20 Nov - TT The Bears, 10 Brookline St, Central Sq, Cambridge, Boston, MA, USA

Sat 17 Dec - BIMFest 2011, Muziekcentrum Trix, Antwerp, Belgium

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