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Following a string of summer festival dates, Miles Kane has returned with new single Blame It On The Summertime, which you can listen to here.
Kane has also announced he will head out on a special intimate run of UK dates this October to road test some new material, including a show at Edinburgh’s Liquid Room on Saturday, 19 October.
Produced by Cam Blackwood (George Ezra,) and Jamie Biles and written by Kane, Jamie Biles and Paul Butler (The Bees), Blame It On The Summertime is a feel good indie hit.
Speaking of the single, Kane said: “This tune is about feeling stuck in a relationship that has become toxic and the clarity that the summertime brings on these seemingly impossible situations.”
After headline shows at Glasgow’s SWG3 and Skeleton Coast Festival and a string of festival dates over the summer, Kane and his band will head out on a UK tour this October with support from Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard and The Illicits (Southend Only) and will also be headlining Neighbourhood Festival in Manchester.
Tickets for the October Tour go on sale at 9am on Friday 6th September. Fan pre-sale begins 5th September at 9am, sign up to the mailing list for access. Neighbourhood Festival is on sale now.
Miles Kane plays the following UK dates –
Wed 9th Chinnerys, Southend
Thurs 10th Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
Fri 11th SWX, Bristol
Sat 12th Neighbourhood Festival, Manchester Academy 1 (Headlining)
Mon 14th The Welly Club, Hull
Wed 16th Electric Ballroom, London
Thurs 17th The Wardrobe, Leeds
Fri 18th The Boiler Shop, Newcastle
Sat 19th Liquid Room, Edinburgh