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Haim extend European tour
The band are currently in the middle of recording their debut album but have extended the spring jaunt across the continent with dates in Dublin, Glasgow and an extra show in London to top off the tour.
Tickets for Haim's show at London's Heaven on April 24th sold out within a matter of minutes so it has prompted the band to add another date in the English capital for May 30th at KOKO in Camden.
They will also appear at Whelans in Dublin on May 25th before moving on to Glasgow's SWG3 on May 27th.
Haim previously announced a raft of shows in the likes of Amsterdam, Paris, Brussels, Cologne and Berlin before moving on to UK and Irish shores.
The band are due to release their eagerly anticipated new EP, Falling, on April 1st with the album following on from this in the coming year. They have already gained high praise after landing the BBC Sound of 2013 accolade.
Posted by LB.Posted on 5 Mar 2013 10:39 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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