IT’S been a busy week for big tour annoucements. On the day they release new single Bust This Town, Stereophonics have announced a spring 2020 UK arena tour – with a date at Bournemouth on March 3.

Bust This Town is taken from forthcoming album Kind, which will be released on October 25.

Speaking about the new single, Kelly said: “Bust This Town is a song about escapism. Two lovers or friends or whoever you want to interpret them to be, finally find the courage to leave the small town they are stuck in and head on down the road breaking all the rules along the way.

“It’s the opener of side two of the album, with a four on the floor beat it should be a strong resident in the upcoming tour dates.”

In their lengthy career, the Welsh rockers have racked up six No.1 albums, ten Top 10 albums, 23 Platinum Sales Awards, 8.5 million albums sold in the UK alone, five BRIT Award nominations and one BRIT Award win.

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The Stereophonics are the latest in a series of big names this week to confirm tour dates for the BIC in 2020: The 1975 on February 19 and Simply Red on October 23 will be followed by Status Quo on December 6.

And following their reunion last week, McFly announced they would also be heading to the BIC on May 5 next year.

The band released track Red this week which will feature on their new release The Lost Songs. The track marks their first release since 2010 album Above the Noise.

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