Starting on Friday 4th October at Leeds' Belgrave Music Hall the band will play new material that will feature on their 2014 debut album release. Which will feature their sound that is inventive and incorporates a sonically textured approach to song craft, equally informed by classic songwriting and an exploratory approach to production and mood.
Proving to be an engaging live prospect with enthusiastically received shows, Fun Adults will be heading out on the following dates throughout October.
Friday 4th October - Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds
Saturday 12th October - Simple Things Festival, Bristol
Tuesday 15th October - Mello Mello, Liverpool
Wednesday 16th October - Oakford Social Club, Reading
Thursday 17th October - Hoxton Courtyard, London
Friday 18th October- Castle Hotel, Manchester
Saturday 19th October - The Bowery, Sheffield
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