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Arrested Development announce People Everyday tour

Three decades after the landmark single and debut album 

Arrested Development People Everyday 30th anniversary tour

Arrested Development have announced a People Everyday Tour, with the legendary hip hop group set to play a slew of UK and European shows this summer. 

Making the announcement via social media, the Atlanta crew will hit Amsterdam, Glasgow (their only Scottish gig of the year), Manchester, Bristol, and Bradford, among other towns and cities. Two nights at London's Jazz Cafe have also been confirmed, the second of which involves an early and late set. 

All dates are listed below. Tickets go on sale via the Arrested Development website on Friday 14th April.

The tour marks the 30th anniversary of the band's landmark 1992 single, 'People Everyday'. An update of Sly & the Family Stone's classic conscious funk anthem, 'Everyday People', the track peaked at number eight in the US Billboard Hot 100 and number two in the UK Top 40. 

Taken from Arrested Development's debut LP, '3 Years, 5 Months & 2 Days In The Life Of', the record quickly picked up critical acclaim for bucking the era's gangsta rap trend in favour of a more spiritual sound and message. The LP bagged two Grammy Awards, including Best New Artist — the first time a hip hop act had won the accolade. The track 'Tennessee' also appears on the record, and has since been ranked in The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame's 500 Songs That Shaped Rock & Roll list.