Track: The Magic Numbers – Sweet Divide, plus UK tour news

Returning after a three year hiatus, The Magic Numbers have revealed details of a new album, Outsiders, due on May 11th, and the first track to be taken from it – Sweet Divide. Of the album, frontman Romeo Stodart says “I never wanted to be a part of anything, the cool kids at school, the pretend outlaws. I was always an outsider, we’ve always been an outsider band. We don’t fit in, never have and never will. Especially now. As you get older you realise your strength in not giving a fuck. You realise what you’ve been trying to do your whole life. Create something that’s yours, your own world, your own views, make something special, start your own gang but always be YOU within it. Don’t conform. Don’t fall in line. Be free. Be inspired. Inspire. Live & Love. To all the Outsiders”
Sweet Divide is this pulsating indie rock anthem, with heavy riffs and splashes of organ, but sweetened by those California harmonies and sweet melodies that the band always manage to find. Its bittersweet yet beautiful.
Check it out, here

 The band have also announced a run of shows in May and June – Full details below.

UK & Ireland Tour Dates

May 10 | Globe, Cardiff

May 12 | Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth

May 13 | Thekla, Bristol

May 14 | Regal Theatre, Redruth

May 16 | The Old Market, Brighton

May 17 | ULU, London

May 18 | Esquires, Bedford

May 19 | The Scholar, Leicester

May 21 | The Bullingdon, Oxford

May 22 | Colchester Arts Centre, Colchester

May 23 | West End Arts Centre, Aldershot

May 28 | Hare & Hounds, Birmingham

May 29 | Brudenell Social Club, Leeds

May 30 | Arts Centre, Pocklington

May 31 | The Trades Club, Hebden Bridge

June 2 | The Cluny, Newcastle

June 3 | The Caves, Edinburgh 

June 4 | The Old Fire Station, Carlisle

June 5 | The Georgian Theatre, Stockton

June 7 | Empire, Belfast

June 8 | Cyprus Avenue, Cork, IRE

June 9 | Roisin Dubh, Galway, IRE

June 10 | Whelans, Dublin, IRE

June 12 | Arts Club, Liverpool

June 13 | Norwich Arts Centre, Norwich





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