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The Rifles new single + London gig September 10th

| On 29, Aug 2011

The Rifles
Single: ‘Tangled Up In Love’
September 25th
EMI
· Radio 1 plays from Fearne Cotton and Zane Lowe, plus Steve Harris on XFM

· Exclusive London gig – Saturday September 10th @ Queen Of Hoxton – a rare intimate show before their headline UK tour

· “Songs like this could take the band to another level” The Guardian

· “As long as the band continues then The Rifles’ fans will keep coming back for more” Clash

Listen to ‘Tangled Up In Love’ (and the rest of the album) here: http://soundcloud.com/9pr/sets/the-rifles-freedom-run/s-fmCT6

On September 25th, The Rifles are set to return to the airwaves with ‘Tangled Up In Love’, the first single taken from new album ‘Freedom Run’. A dangerously infectious melody, topped with a luscious string riff and those familiar crunching guitars tee-up this new offering as potentially the biggest guitar track of the summer.

Full UK headline tour:

10th September – London – This Feeling @ Queen Of Hoxton
1-5 Curtain Road, London, EC2A 3JX, £10.00 advance ticket – guaranteed entry – http://www.thisfeeling.co.uk / door: £6 before 9 / £8 after 9 / Open 8pm – 2am

26th October – Cambridge Junction
27th October – Norwich Arts Centre
28th October – Stoke Sugarmill
29th October – Nottingham Rescue Rooms
30th October – Sheffield Foundry
1st November – Manchester Academy 3
2nd November – Leeds Cockpit
3rd November – Newcastle O2 Academy
4th November – Dunfermline PJ Molloys
5th November – Glasgow Garage
7th November – Birmingham Academy
8th November – Bristol Thekla
9th November – Portsmouth Wedgwood Rooms
11th November – London HMV Forum

Recorded at Paul Weller’s studio, Black Barn, and produced by the legendary Chris Potter (who has guided such luminaries as The Clash, The Stones and The Verve), the album has a fresh revitalized sound, loaded with inspirational tracks that range from the light and fun Phil Spector- tinged pop symphonies, through to the raucous soul-inflected heartfelt pop-rock that has dominated The Rifles’ back catalogue, and has given them a fan-base that continues to sell-out venues wherever they play.

Freedom Run further enhances the reputation of one of the most exciting, enduring and diverse London bands of the last ten years. The Rifles have proudly proven to both fans and critics that they’re not only here to stay, but are destined for greatness.