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Wounded Birds
have been a little quiet of late, carefully constructing there debut album. The self titled debut is due out on the 14th June on Jacob Graham of The Drums own label, Holiday Recording. To accompany the release they’ve lined up a number of shows, including a tour with Glasvegas starting tonight in London, plus festival shows and a Tracy Emin Exhibition opening in their hometown of Margate, Kent.
Before we unveil brand new material from the record, here are 3 few previously released tracks to give you a taster of what to expect from this eponymous debut album:

See Two Wounded Birds live on tour:

April 3rd London Garage w/Glasvegas
April 4th Liverpoool Academy 2 w/Glasvegas
April 5th Glasgow Classic Grand w/Glasvegas
May 5th Live At Leeds
May 6th Camden Crawl Last FM @ Dingwalls.
May 26th Margate The Turner Gallery, Tracey Emin Exhibition opening