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Peter ‘Sonic Boom’ Kember has announced a European tour with his band Spectrum.

As well as the tour, he’s gearing up to release a new single with Spectrum, ‘Words May Shatter’, this April and a new album later in the year.

Kember has recently worked with MGMT on their forthcoming album ‘Congratulations’, which is also due out in April.

Spectrum play:

Manchester, Moho Live (March 14)
Sheffield, Harley (15)
Brighton, Freebutt (16)
London, Sonic Cathedral @ The Luminaire (17)
Utrecht, DB’s Studio (19)
Diksmuide, 4AD Muzikeclub (20)
Rouen, Emporium Galorium (23)
Lyon, Le Sonic’s (25)
Paris, Le Point Ephemere (26)
Lausanne, Theatre 2.21 (27)
Frankfurt, Nachtleben (29)
Koln, Sonic Ballroom (30)
Brussels, VK Club (31)
Turin, Spazio 211 (April 2)
Marseille, L’Embobineuse (3)

Tickets are available now.

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