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New Rolo Tomassi Video (‘Ex Luna Scientia’)

Rolo Tomassi have released their new video for 'Ex Luna Scientia' and can be viewed by clicking read more.

Rolo Tomassi will release their new album 'Astraea' through their own Destination Moon label on November 5th.

Rolo Tomassi will be on tour in the UK on October. Support comes from Oathbreaker and Goodtime Boys.

October
21 Bristol Fleece
22 Brighton Haunt
23 Nottingham Rescue Rooms
24 Birmingham Rainbow
25 Leeds Cockpit
26 Middlesbrough Sumo
27 Manchester Deaf Institute
28 Glasgow King Tuts Wah Wah Hut
30 Norwich Arts Centre
31 London XOYO

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