April 6, 2002

PITCHSHIFTER will support BAD RELIGION at the following UK shows:

May 10 - London, UK @ Brixton Academy
May 11 - Manchester, UK @ University
May 12 - Glasgow, UK @ Barrowlands
May 13 - Birmingham, UK @ Academy
May 15 - Dublin, UK @ Ambassador

“We're looking at heading off to the USA in the summer and coming back in late September/early October for a full UK headlining tour (with some cool supports!),” said the band in an official statement. “But we wanted to do some shows for our fans before then. Rather than do something samey we thought we'd team up with BAD RELIGION and make an interesting tour. They're back with the original line-up and a good new record. PITCHSHIFTER and BAD RELIGION should be a fun night out.”

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