KOBI have announced the release dates for their debut single along with confirming current appearances for the Summer.

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The debut single ‘Fight’ will be released via digital download on the 16th of July with a limited run of physical copies for sale across their upcoming live gigs.

Garry Thain of the band commented “We’ve been lucky enough to have played successful shows at The Lemon Tree in Aberdeen and King Tuts in Glasgow already this year, and are really excited to have secured dates all over Scotland this summer”. He further added “The response to the band has been great so far, and all four of us are really looking forward to releasing our debut single and taking it to as many people as possible”.

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The band have recently announced that they are part of the Summer Nights series of gigs at King Tuts and that they are appearing at Rockness.

The full line-up of appearances are:

Saturday 26th May – Wee B – Blackstairs Inn, Wick

Monday 4th June – Dingwall High Street 7.50 pm

Sunday 10th June – Rockness Festival, Dores near Inverness

Friday 20th July – Sneaky Petes, Edinburgh

Saturday 21st July – Summer Nights at King Tuts, Glasgow

Thursday 16th August – Summer Showcase at Ironworks, Inverness.

You can read our coverage of the band  talking about their return to music (here) and check out who they will be joining on the bill with at the Wee B (here) and Rockness (here).

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