Kettering psych-pop band Temples have shared a second track, ‘Strange Or Be Forgotten’, from their upcoming sophomore record ‘Volcano’, due 3rd March via Heavenly Recordings.

Prominence of glistening guitars and jangly synth lines show the band are pushing hard the 60s psychedelia vibe; although with lashings of modern polish. Strangely enough, the chorus vocal hook is rather similar to that of Kasabian’s ‘Days Are Forgotten’…

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Here are the tour dates:

March

26th – Newcastle, Riverside
27th – Sheffield, The Leadmill
28th – Manchester, Academy 2
30th – London, Brixton Electric
31st – Brighton, Concorde 2

April

1st – Derby, 2Q Festival
2nd – Birmingham, Institute 2
7th – Cologne, Gebaude 9
8th – Munich, Strom
9th – Prague, Palac Akropolis
10th – Berlin, Festaal Kreuzberg
11th – Hamburg, Knust
12th – Copenhagen, Pumpehuset
18th – Brussels, Botanique – Orangerie
19th – Tourcoing, Le Grand Mix
20th – Lausanne, Les Docks
21st – Zurich, Plaza
22nd – Lyon, L’Epicerie Moderne
24th – Paris, Elysee Montmartre
27th – Bristol, Trinity Centre

Temples share new track and announce UK and European tour dates

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