The quartet, who released their second, Hyundai Mercury Prize-shortlisted ‘Visions Of A Life’ last year, will play dates in Belgium, France, The Netherlands and Germany before returning to the UK for their final shows of the year.
Last week, it was announced the band will also be performing at this year’s Mercury Prize ceremony, which takes place on 20th September, alongside a host of other shortlisted artists. See the full list of who’ll be performing here.
See the newly announced tour dates below. Tickets go on sale this Friday 13th September at 10am CEST.
04 Antwerp, Trix
06 Rouen, Le 106
07 Nimes, La Paloma
08 Strasbourg, La Laiterie
11 Utrecht, Tivoli
12 Heidelberg, Halle 02
13 Cologne, Gebaude 9
14 Dresden, Beatpol-Dresden E.V
16 Columbia Theater
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