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Swedish based trio, Kate Boy have unveiled the highly anticipated video for forthcoming single ‘Self Control’ today as they also announce a string of UK tour dates.  Kate Boy have taken control of the reigns once again with their latest video, giving fans a sneak peek into their Stockholm studio environment, recording a live version of the new single ‘Self Control’ and re-recording the live audio to accompany it.  The finished video is an exclusive insight into Kate Boy’s intense and slick live performance as they effortlessly perform as a flawless unit.

New single ‘Self Control’ is set for impact on September 8th and is destined for festivals across the globe, packed with a dance-fuelled tribal beat and whirling synths.  The track explodes as the chorus kicks in with lead vocalist, Kate, launching into her anthemic chant whilst the production shifts gear and brings the track to the next level.

Kate Boy will be hitting the road in November with a string of 4 shows across the UK, culminating at London’s XOYO on 12th November.  Kate Boy bring their music to stratospheric heights in a live environment – following a recent sold out show at The Lexington in London and a set at Secret Garden Party this summer these shows are set to be some of the hottest shows in town this autumn.

Catch the trio in Manchester’s Soup Kitchen on Thursday 6 November. For more information visit http://soup-kitchen.co.uk/. It will be mint.

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