It's a busy news week for GPO, as they announce another string of dates, including a Christmas Party with So Cow and Dublin Duck Dispensary.
As previously announced on hotpress.com, Dublin's Grand Pocket Orchestra are lined-up to support pals Fight Like Apes in The Academy on December 5.
The band now plan to return to the venue on the 18th, where they play a pop-tastic Christmas party with Tuam's So Cow and the Naomi McArdle endorsed Dublin Duck Dispensary.
Ahead of that, the band are busy gigging this weekend with a date supporting High Places in Crawdaddy tonight (November 21), and a Club AU appearance in Belfast tomorrow.
GPO also play the Fight Like Apes curated Ruby Sessions on December 2, with the full line-up to follow...
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