The Magic Numbers share new single ‘Ride Against The Wind’

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Mercury Prize nominated and multi-platinum selling London quartet The Magic Numbers are to release their new single ‘Ride Against The Wind’ on April 6, this will be the second track to be taken from their new album Outsiders which is due out via Role Play Records on May 11, 2018. The new cut follows in the footsteps of the 6 Music-supported ‘Sweet Divide’ and helps reaffirm the band’s grittier, more robust sensibility – listen here. In support of Outsiders, the band will commence a headline tour of the UK through May and June , including London’s ULU on 17 May, 2017 – full dates below.


‘Ride Against The Wind’ – Listen here

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Comprising of two sets of siblings, Romeo and Michele Stodart and Angela and Sean Gannon, The Magic Numbers have sold over a million albums worldwide across their career and scored a slew of hit singles. The band quickly shot to media attention after selling out London’s Kentish Town Forum solely on the strength of their loyal fanbase prior to the release of their 2005 self-titled debut – an album that would later go on to pick up a Mercury Music Prize nomination and break into the UK Top 10 Charts.

Hit singles – including ‘Forever Lost’, ‘Love Me Like You’, ‘Love’s A Game’ and ‘Take A Chance’ – and three hit albums followed. Alongside the band’s success, the Stodart’s have lent a hand to projects including releases from Jane Birkin, Spiritualized, Chemical Brothers, Kathryn Williams and Ed Harcourt, plus Damon Albarn’s Africa Express, with Michele Stodart releasing two solo albums to date, duetting with Conor O’Brien of Villagers along the way.

UK & Ireland Tour Dates:
May 10        Globe | Cardiff
May 12        Wedgewood Room | Portsmouth
May 13        Thekla | Bristol
May 14        Regal Theatre | Falmouth
May 16        The Old Market       | Brighton
May 17        ULU | London
May 18        Esquires | Bedford
May 19       The Scholar | Leicester
May 21       The Bullingdon       | Oxford
May 22        Colchester Arts Centre | Colchester
May 23        West End Arts Centre | Aldershot
May 28       Hare & Hounds | Birmingham
May 29        Brudenell Social Club | Leeds
May 30        Arts Centre | Pocklington
May 31        The Trades Club | Hebden Bridge
June 2        The Cluny | Newcastle
June 3        The Caves | Edinburgh
June 4        The Old Fire Station | Carlisle
June 5        The Georgian Theatre | Stockton
June 7        Empire | Belfast
June 8        Cyprus Avenue | Cork, IRE
June 9        Roisin Dubh | Galway, IRE
June 10        Whelans, Dublin        | IRE
June 12        Arts Club | Liverpool
June 13        Norwich Arts Centre | Norwich



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