DEFENESTRATION Part With Dream Catcher, Prepare To Issue Split EP

British female-fronted act DEFENESTRATION have parted ways with Dream Catcher Records and will issue a split EP through West 46th Recordings on March 18th before starting work on their sophomore full-length CD, to be released via an as-yet-undetermined label later in the year. Meanwhile, you can catch the group performing live with SCURGE at the following venues:

Feb. 03 Sheffield, UK @ Barfly
Feb. 04 Manchester, UK @ Roadhouse
Feb. 05 Middlesborough, UK @ Cornerhouse
Feb. 06 Aberdeen, UK @ Lava
Feb. 07 Glasgow, UK @ Cathouse
Feb. 09 Wolverhampton, UK @ Little Civic
Feb. 10 Cardiff, UK @ Club Ifor Bach
Feb. 11 Exeter, UK @ Cavern
Feb. 12 Bristol, UK @ Fleece And Firkin
Feb. 14 Cambridge, UK @ Boatrace
Feb. 15 Colchester, UK @ Arts Centre
Feb. 16 Oxford, UK @ Zodiac
Feb. 17 Southampton, UK @ Joiners
Feb. 18 Brighton, UK @ Pressure Point
Feb. 20 London, UK @ Garage


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