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Scouting For Girls to play 10th anniversary show in Norwich

Scouting For Girls, who will be playing in Norwich as part of their 10 year anniversary tour. Photo supplied by SJM CONCERTS

Scouting For Girls, who will be playing in Norwich as part of their 10 year anniversary tour. Photo supplied by SJM CONCERTS

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To mark the 10th anniversary of their debut self-titled album, pop rock band Scouting For Girls are embarking on a nationwide tour set to stop in Norwich.

The group, comprised of Roy Stride, Greg Churchouse and Pete Ellard will be stopping off at The Nick Rayns LCR at the University of East Anglia on Monday, November 20.

As part of the tour they will be performing classic hits such as She’s So Lovely, Elvis Ain’t Dead and It’s Not About You.

An extended, deluxe version of their first album will also be released on May 19, featuring 14 additional tracks.

Scouting For Girls commented: “Here we are ten years on, and thanks to this album, our friendship and our fans we’re still getting away with it, still without proper jobs.

“We have nothing but affection for these eleven songs and it’s been lovely to revisit them for this special anniversary edition.”

Tickets for Scouting For Girls go onsale Friday, April 28 via ueaticketbookings.co.uk

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