Psychedelic jazz-pop oddballs Bethlehem Casuals will bring their barking-mad new concept record to Chester next month.

The septet will be letting The Tragedy of Street Dog off the leash at venues nationwide, including Telford's Warehouse on March 7.

Speaking about what to expect from the upcoming tour, George from Bethlehem Casuals said: “Having sharpened our live show at festivals across Europe and live on BBC Radio 6, Bethlehem Casuals are back and this time we’ve got a story to tell. With the release of our new second album ’The Tragedy of Street Dog’ just around the corner, the Casuals will be bringing a cocktail of tribal rhythms, psychedelic vocals and raucous noise to your doorstep. You’d be a fool to miss it.”

Released on April 17, The Tragedy of Street Dog tells the story of a house-pet-gone-rogue in the band’s hometown of Manchester.

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