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This weekend the lovely and very talented Katie Malco heads out on a UK and European tour with The Lion and The Wolf. The tour is presented by Already Heard.

To give you a sneak preview of the tour, earlier this year Katie invited Already Heard into her flat for a two part AH Session. In part one, Katie rounds ups her flatmates to help out to perform the song 'Sad Eyes.'

‘Sad Eyes’ appears on ‘… And The Slow Parade’ which is available now on Alcopop! Records.

Katie Malco links: Website|Facebook|Twitter|Bandcamp

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