Indie rock band The Sherlocks have announced rescheduled dates for their UK wide tour which includes a stop in Glasgow.

The English four-piece were originally supposed to play St Luke's on February 12 this year, but will now take to the stage on Thursday, April 21.

Returning from a covid-break with a new lineup and new ideas, The Sherlocks will debut tracks from their forthcoming album, World I Understand.

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Frontman Kiaran Cook said: “We can’t wait to get back out on tour with this new record.

"It is without a doubt our strongest one yet, and one that’s readymade for the live performances.

"It’s gonna’ be an absolute monster of a tour and we look forward to seeing you all at the front soon."

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