Gig Preview | Fickle Freinds at The Lemon Tree

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Fickle Friends are on their way to The Lemon Tree on Sunday, March 4 after a few gigs throughout the country in the run-up towards the release of their debut album, You Are Someone Else, on March 16th 

Hailing from Brighton, the five-piece indie-pop band were signed to their record label Polydor Records before touring the UK and Europe for two years then subsequently re-releasing their first single 'Swim'.  

Possibly the best song that the band have released and the one to look forward to most at the gig, 'Hello Hello', is a synth-pop track that will no doubt have everyone up on their feet and singing along. 

Tickets are still available for the gig on Sunday so get yourself one before they all go because this is not one to be missed. 

Tickets can be purchased here: http://www.aberdeenperformingarts.com/events/fickle-friends-398992

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