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Mallory Knox Return With New Single, Tour Dates And Album News

Huge news.
Mallory Knox November 2016 Promo

Mallory Knox are back! The band have announced details of their new album, Wired, and are streaming a massive new single, Giving It Up.

The follow-up to 2014’s Asymmetry will be released on March 10 via RCA, and is set to document ‘a journey of self-discovery for Mallory Knox’.

“Sometimes the biggest part is the realisation that you are fucked up,” says frontman Mikey Chapman, “and you do need to sort yourself out if you’re ever going to find a pathway to happiness, that leads you away from the vices that deafen you daily.”

Pre-order Wired now from the band’s official store or Apple Music, and check out lead single Giving It Up below. Let us know what you think in the comments!

To coincide with the news, the Cambridge rockers have also announced a headline tour for March and April next year – keep scrolling for the full list of dates, and pick up your tickets from the Kerrang! Ticket Store on November 4. Alternatively, you can get pre-sale tickets from November 2 at this link!

The tracklist for Wired is as follows:

1. Giving It Up
2. California
3. Wired
4. For You
5. Midnight
6. Citalopram (Better Off Without You)
7. Falling in Love
8. Lucky Me
9. Saviour
10. Come Back Around
11. Mother

Catch Mallory Knox live at the following dates:

March 2017

20 Bristol O2 Academy
21 Cardiff Tramshed
22 Norwich UEA
24 Birmingham O2 Institute
25 Sheffield Leadmill
26 Cambridge Corn Exchange
28 Aberdeen Garage
29 Edinburgh Liquid Rooms
31 Newcastle University SU

April 2017

1 Liverpool O2 Academy
2 Portsmouth Pyramids
4 Oxford O2 Academy
5 London Camden KOKO
6 London Camden KOKO

And don’t forget to pick up the new issue of Kerrang! – out now – for a huge new interview with Mallory Knox about all things Wired!

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Posted on November 2nd 2016, 10:26am
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