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Old Dominion to release self-titled album on 25th October 2019

The band is back in the UK for a headline tour in October.

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Old Dominion will release their self-titled third studio album on 25th October it has been confirmed.

The band will co-produce the record alongside longtime collaborator, Grammy award winner Shane McAnally. The album is the follow up to 2017’s Happy Endings, which earned Old Dominion an Album of the Year nomination at the ACMs.

The new album will arrive just after the band’s headline Make It Sweet UK tour, which kicks off on 10th October in London and takes in stops in Belfast, Manchester, Birmingham and Glasgow.

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To date, Old Dominion have amassed more than 1.5 billion on-demand audio and video streams. Make It Sweet, the lead single from the new album, hit number 1 on the Billboard Country Airplay and Mediabase charts, giving the band their seventh number one.

Second single One Man Band, out now, has already had over 40 million streams.

The full dates for the band’s UK tour are:

October

10th – London, Eventim Apollo
12th – Belfast, Waterfront Hall Auditorium
14th – Manchester, Albert Hall
15th – Birmingham, o2 Academy
16th – Glasgow, o2 Academy

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Tickets for the tour are available now from https://ticketmaster-uk.tm7559.net/4×123.

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