For its 15th birthday...

Where does the time go...?

It seems as though only a few months ago The Subways were strutting across our hearts, with 'Rock And Roll Queen' becoming an all-out indie disco banger.

Remarkably, that was 15 years ago, with the band now set to give debut album 'Young For Eternity' a vinyl pressing.

Produced by Ian Broudie, the record remains as crisp as the moment we first put it on, with the re-issue programme also featuring second LP 'All Or Nothing'.

Out on February 28th, 2020 they will be on limited edition, numbered, red and limited edition, numbered, orange, 180 gram vinyl respectively and each will include a unique signed poster.

The first time either record has appeared on vinyl, the release will be complimented by a full tour, featuring The Subways performing 'Young For Eternity' in full.

Dates are as follows:

March
12 Newcastle O2 Academy
13 Glasgow Garage
14 Manchester Academy
19 Norwich Waterfront
20 Bristol O2 Academy
21 Portsmouth Pyramids
26 Birmingham O2 Institute
27 Nottingham Rock City
28 London O2 Forum Kentish Town

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