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will be arriving to tour the UK very soon and it’s not a day too soon. Meanwhile, to whet your appetite, the video for ‘Doueh’, which is taken from their current album ‘Live Music’, and was directed by and features singer Ryan Sambol and it is a homage to Group Doueh.

Ryan Sambol: “The Doueh video tells the tale of how I got turned on to the music of Group Doueh recreated using the backdrop of America’s San Francisco.”

Strange Boys – UK Tour Dates

29th March – Deaf Institute, Manchester
30th March – Captains Rest, Glasgow
31st March – The Cluny, Newcastle
1st April – Brudenell Social, Leeds
2nd April – The Garage, London