Bear Cavalry Set To Release New EP ('Puryss') on Alcopop Records - Already Heard
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Bear Cavalry Set To Release New EP (‘Puryss’) on Alcopop Records

Bear Cavalry are set to release their brand new EP 'Puryss' on November 5th through Alcopop! Records.

A new song called The Word ‘Canoe” can be streamed by clicking read more.

October
16 - The Keys, Middleborough (with Tall Ships)
18 - The Studio, Hartlepool
19 - Sumo @ Independent, Sunderland
20 - Shipping Forecast, Liverpool
21 - Soup Kitchen (Carefully Planned Festival), Manchester
22 - Edge of the Wedge, Portsmouth
23 - The Old Blue Last, London
November
10 - Pyramid Centre, Portsmouth (with Maximo Park)

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