Doves to reissue first three albums on limited edition coloured vinyl

Lost Souls, The Last Broadcast and Some Cities arrive on May 31

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Doves reissue their first three albums as numbered limited edition, two-disc, coloured vinyl packages.

Lost Souls, The Last Broadcast and Some Cities will all be released on May 31, 2019 through USM / Virgin EMI.

They will appear as:

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Lost Souls – 2 x LP Grey Vinyl, Limited Edition, 180gram
The Last Broadcast – 2 x LP Orange Vinyl, Limited Edition, 180gram
Some Cities – 2 x LP White Vinyl, Limited Edition, 180gram

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Each version with accompanying free download. You can pre-order by clicking here.

The band’s upcoming tour dates are as follows:

Sun 26 May: Bearded Theory Festival, Derbyshire
Fri 7 June: Heaton Park, Manchester (with Noel Gallagher)
Sat 8 June: Galvanizers Yard, Glasgow
Sun 16 June: Malahide Castle, Dublin (with Noel Gallagher)
Tue 16 July: Summer Series at Somerset House, London
Sun 21 July: Tramlines, Hillsborough Park, Sheffield
Fri 26 July: Brighton Racecourse
Sat 27 July: Kendal Calling, Lowther, Cumbria
Sun 28 July: Inner City Live, Perry Park, Birmingham
Fri 23 August: Victorious Festival, Portsmouth

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