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EveningTelegraph.co.uk: Intimate Dundee shows ‘special’ for Snow Patrol

Indie rockers Snow Patrol played three sold-out shows at Church Dundee on Sunday – their first time at the venue for 22 years.

The band played for 1,200 people across three half-hour acoustic gigs to mark the launch of new album Wildness, which came out at the end of last month.

Snow Patrol were formed in 1994 by a group of friends at Dundee University and are best known for hits such as Run and Chasing Cars.

Lead singer Gary Lightbody told the crowds: “Dundee has a massive place in my heart and our history.

“It all started here, so I love this place.”

He later tweeted: “The last time we played that venue (in 1996), we played to 25 people, so to pack it out three times in an afternoon was something very special.”

Read the review at eveningtelegraph.co.uk.

Categorised in: Acoustic shows, Articles, Reviews, Wildness tour Europe '18

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