Penelope Isles announce tour including Independent Venue Week shows

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Penelope Isles

Brighton-based indie quartet have annonunced new tour dates for Independent Venue Week and Getintothis’ Matthew Eland has the details.

Penelope Isles have had a busy year.

They’ve released their debut album, Until the Tide Creeps In, and they’ve just played British Sea Power‘s Krankenhaus festival and they’ve recently finished their first-ever North American tour.

To cap a successful 2019, they’ll be finishing the year with a fairly comprehensive run of UK tour dates, with some additional gigs in 2020 for Independent Venue Week to boot.

The laid-back, brother and sister dream poppers play the following dates:

Tuesday 19 November – Birmingham – Hare & Hounds
Wednesday 20 November – Exeter – Cavern
Thursday 21 November – Truro – Old Bakery
Friday 22nd November – Ba – St. James Wine Vaults
Saturday 23 November – Swansea – Cinema & Co
Monday 25 November – Guildford – The Boileroom
Tuesday 26 November – Cambridge – Portland Arms
Wednesday 27 November – Oxford – The Jericho Tavern
Thursday 28 November – Leeds – Hyde Park Book Club
Friday 29 November – Dublin – Whelan’s
Saturday 30 November – Halifax – The Lantern
Sunday 1 December – Newcastle – Cluny 2
Monday 2nd December – Glasgow – Hug & Pint
Tuesday 3 December – York – The Fulford Arms
Wednesday 4 December – Leicester – The Cookie
Thursday 5 December – London – Oslo Hackney
Friday 6 December – Bristol – Rough Trade Bristol
Saturday 7 December – Margate – Elsewhere
Wednesday 11 December – Brighton – Chalk
Saturday 11 January – Bognor Regis – Rockaway Beach Festival
Monday 27 January – Ipswich – The Smokehouse (Independent Venue Week)
Tuesday 28 January – Coventry – The Tin Music & Arts (Independent Venue Week)
Wednesday 29 January – Chester – The Live Rooms (Independent Venue Week)
Thursday 30 January – Manchester – Gullivers (Independent Venue Week)
Friday 31 January – Ba – St. James’ Wine Vaults (Independent Venue Week)
Saturday 1 February – Hastings – The Piper

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Fans keen to track their progress can do so via Penny Isles TV. The latest episode follows their exploits in France and Slovakia:

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