The Virgins Premiere New Music Video, Announce Europe Tour

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Just like many artists across the planet, American indie band The Virgins – best known for their 2007 hit ‘Rich Girls’ and the lead singer’s appearance as the ‘deer-guy’ from Fall Out Boy’s ‘Sugar We’re Going Down’ video – made a long awaited comeback earlier this year.

A rather interesting new music video for ‘Impressions of You’ was released today showing the adventures of a couple through New York City and members of the band playing in a grocery store. The song is taken from The Virgins’ latest studio album ‘Strike Gently’ – out now via Julian Casablancas‘ (The Strokes) own Cult Records.

The band also announced new tour dates across Europe and the United Kingdom for 2014. Tickets will be on sale by 9am on the 4th of October. See the dates below:

JANUARY 2014

Mon 20th – Brussels Botanique

Tues 21st – Paris Fleche D’Or

Wed 22nd – Zurich Exil

Fri 24th – Milan LoFi

Sat 25th – Rome Euphorica @ Atlantico

Mon 27th – Vienna Chelsea

Tues 28th – Prague MeetFactory

Wed 29th – Berlin Privatclub

Fri 31st – Stockholm Debaser Strand

FEBRUARY 2014

Sat 1st – Copenhagen Beta

Sun 2nd – Hamburg Rock Café

Mon 3rd – Amsterdam Paradiso (upstairs)

Wed 5th – Nottingham Bodega Social Club

Thurs 6th – Leeds Brudenell Social Club

Fri 7th – Manchester Deaf Institute

Sat 8th – Glasgow King Tut’s

Mon 10th – Belfast Voodoo

Tues 11th – Dublin Academy 2

Thurs 13th – London Dingwalls

Fri 14th – Bristol The Fleece

Sat 15th – Brighton The Haunt

Dóra Udvardi
Dora covers the events of the Hungarian music scene – or wherever she's actually living – over at Alt Scribe. She gained interest in writing about music when she created her first blog on Buzznet in 2011. Since then she became a featured blogger on the site, where she shares about fragments of her life, travels and music experiences. She's the person to go to if you want to know about actual music events. CURRENTLY LISTENING TO: All Time Low, The Carbonfools and The Kooks. SPECIALIST SUBJECT: The Hungarian music scene

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