STONE have announced an additional London headline, after a sell-out ahead of their debut EP release

The news comes ahead of the release of the band's debut EP, 'Punkadonk', out 18th November.
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Scousers STONE have announced they will play another London show next April, after selling out their initial date.

Having announced their headline tour just a few weeks ago, the band have today shared that they will be playing a second date at London’s Omeara after tickets for the first show flew out. With quite the name made for themselves around their raucous live shows, they will now kick off proceedings with a double whammy of dates in the capital in April, before heading off around the rest of the UK.

It comes just a day after the rockers announced that they would be playing a free show in Liverpool to celebrate the forthcoming release of their debut EP, ‘Punkadonk’, which is set to drop on 18th November. The banger of a first track from the EP, ‘Money (Hope Ain’t Gone)’, was released last month to rave reviews, with the full EP expected to follow in the same vein. 

Tickets for the band’s new London date and the remainder of the tour are available here, and are likely to go quickly. The full dates are as follows.

You can listen to ‘Money (Hope Ain’t Gone)’ here.

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