Funeral For A Friend Reveal 'Conduit' Details, New Music Video & UK Tour with Such Gold, Daytrader and I Divide - Already Heard
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Funeral For A Friend Reveal ‘Conduit’ Details, New Music Video & UK Tour with Such Gold, Daytrader and I Divide

Funeral For A Friend have revealed details of their forthcoming album ‘Conduit’ and headline UK tour as well as their new music video for 'Best Friends and Hospital Beds.'

The UK tour will take place in early 2013 and will feature support from Such Gold, Daytrader and I Divide.

Wed 23 Belfast Limelight
Thu 24 Derry Nerve Centre
Fri 25 Cork Cypress Avenue
Sat 26 Dublin Fibber Magees
Mon 28 Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach
Tue 29 Bristol The Fleece
Wed 30 Plymouth White Rabbit
Thu 31 Exeter Cavern
Sat 02 Bournemouth Sound Circus
Sun 03 Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms
Mon 04 Brighton The Haunt
Wed 06 Margate Westcoast Bar
Thu 07 Cambridge The Junction
Fri 08 Nottingham Rescue Rooms
Sat 09 Norwich Waterfront
Mon 11 York The Duchess
Tue 12 Leeds Cockpit
Wed 13 Glasgow King Tuts
Thu 14 Newcastle Uni. Students Union – Venue
Sat 16 Manchester NQ Live
Sun 17 Stoke Sugarmill
Mon 18 London Garage
Tue 19 Birmingham Asylum

As previously announced, the band will release their sixth album 'Conduit' on January 28th through Distiller Records. Funeral For A Friend have now revealed the track listing for 'Conduit.'

1. Spine
2. Conduit
3. The Distance
4. Best Friends And Hospital Beds
5. Nails
6. Death Comes To Us All
7. Travelled
8. Grey
9. Sun-Less
10. Elements
11. High Castles

The brand new music video for ‘Best Friends And Hospital Beds’ can be viewed by clicking read more.

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