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Interpol announce new UK tour dates
Electric guitar band Interpol have announced five new UK shows to follow up on a previously-announced tour of the UK and Ireland this winter.
The indie group have added an additional night at the London O2 Academy Brixton on December 8th - the third show they will perform at that venue on the gig run, reports Uncut.
It is part of a tour that will begin on November 24th 2010 with a performance at Nottingham Rock City.
They will then go on to play Newcastle, Birmingham and Edinburgh before heading to Dublin for three gigs at the Olympia.
Interpol will return to the UK on December 3rd for a show in Manchester, before moving on to Liverpool and then London.
It has now been revealed they will return to this country in March, playing Bournemouth, Bristol, Cambridge and Leeds.
Interpol have recently released their self-titled fourth album, a record which the electric guitar band say they are "really proud" of.
Posted on 30 Sep 2010 16:12 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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