The band announce they will play at the Haldern Pop festival in Germany on August 10
— THE SLOW READERS CLUB (@slowreadersclub) May 11, 2018
The band announce two tour dates in China, one in Beijing and at The Strawberry Festival in Hangzhou.
Aaron: The label we are signed to, Modern Sky, is Chinese. It’s odd one: we’re going on the Wednesday and coming back on Saturday night, and back to work on Monday. We thought Isle of Wight on one day was bad. It’s Beijing and Hangzhou. It should be great. I thought we’d be doing Berlin before Beijing. The ambition is to get out to Europe an the states. Europe seems a logical stop. I’m a stats nerd so we can see on Spotify we’re being listened out there.
We're off to CHINA ?? pic.twitter.com/cTd5tRlNN2
— THE SLOW READERS CLUB (@slowreadersclub) March 23, 2018
The band announces their third album, Build A Tower, will be released on May 4. They also announce a tour to promote the album, with dates in Cardiff, Southampton, Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool, Glasgow, Newcastle, Hull, Nottingham, Wolverhampton, Norwich, Northwich, London and Stoke.
The band announces the Through The Shadows tour, which will play at the following venues:
James announces that The Slow Readers Club will be support act on the upcoming Girl At The End Of The World tour.
Delighted to announce our support for eleven of the May dates on the Girl At The End Of The World Tour will be an up and coming Manchester band Jim and Saul have been championing of late, The Slow Readers Club. They’ll be joining us in Bristol, Southend-on-Sea, London x3, Norwich, Bournemouth, Llandudno, Hull, Newcastle, and Nottingham. You can listen to a particular fave of Jim’s here – I Saw A Ghost performed live in Manchester Library.
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