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London and Glasgow among Band of Horses gig locations
The guitar playing band will also be taking to the stage in Birmingham and Manchester while touring.
Fans will be able to pick up their tickets to see the band in action come Friday of this week.
The No One's Gonna Love You and Is There a Ghost group will be in Birmingham in mid-November, for a show on the 15th.
Then they'll take in Glasgow on November 16th and Manchester on November 19thbefore entertaining fans in London on November 20th. Their capital-set-show will be taking place at the Hammersmith Apollo.
The group's albums include Infinite Arms, a record home to tracks such as Older and Blue Beard, and Everything All The Time, on which The Great Salt Lake and The Funeral appear.
The group's fresh LP, Mirage Rock, will hit shelves on a future date.
Published by AW.Posted on 10 Jul 2012 12:00 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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