A Certain Ratio announce reissues and tour dates

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A Certain Ratio have announced details of the next phase of reissues on Mute, acr:mcr and I’d Like To See You Again will be released on 23 March with Good Together and Up In Downsville following on April 27.

The forthcoming releases will be followed by Sextet, Mind Made Up, Change The Station and a new compilation with recently recorded tracks plus various box sets that will include rare and previously unreleased material.

The band will also tour this spring:

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16 March – Newcastle, Hoochie Coochie
17 March – Glasgow, Stereo
24 March – Bristol, Fiddlers Club w/ Sink Ya Teeth
25 March – Brighton, The Haunt w/ Sink Ya Teeth
21 April – London, Garage w/ Sink Ya Teeth
18 May – Hebden Bridge, Trades Club w/ Andrew Weatherall
25 May – Leeds, Belgrave Music Hall
26 May – Tameside, Atmosphere Festival

A Certain Ratio are supporters of Artists Against Hunger and will donate £1 for each ticket sold in 2018. For further details, please go to: http://againsthunger.uk/acr

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