British new wave band Squeeze to perform in Singapore

Iconic 70’s new wave band Squeeze are bringing their new tour to Singapore.

LAMC Productions announced today the “Cool for Cats” (and humans alike) rockers will hit the stage on Friday, May 4 at University Cultural Centre, National University of Singapore.

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Fans can expect all Squeeze classics like “Up The Junction”, “Cool For Cats”, “Slap And Tickle”, “Another Nail In My Heart”, “Tempted”, and “Labelled with Love”, as well as new music from their latest LP The Knowledge, this year’s followup to 2015’s critically acclaimed album Cradle to the Grave.

Squeeze Live in SG

Tickets, priced at SGD78 / 98 / 118 / 138 / 148 and 158, go sale October 31 (10am) through SISTIC, its Authorised Agents and hotline +65 6348 5555.

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Squeeze first formed in 1973, shortly after Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook had begun their songwriting partnership, brought together by an advert in a sweetshop window. The band’s current lineup features Tilbrook, Simon Hanson, Stephen Large, Steve Smith and Yolanda Charles.





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