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Mystery Jets gear up for autumn gigs
Fans will be able to pick up their tickets for the gigs come the morning of August 10th.
The tour dates span most of November, with two famed university cities - Oxford and Cambridge - the first of 13 UK locations to be graced by the band.
By the time they reach London on November 29th, they'll have taken in Glasgow, Preston and Leicester, too, among other places.
They'll also be gigging in Sheffield, where the Tramlines music festival recently took place.
Mystery Jets songs include Hand Me Down, Half In Love With Elizabeth and Flakes.
Their current LP, Radlands, came out recently and contains tracks such as Take Me Where The Roses Grow, You Had Me At Hello and Greatest Hits.
Published by AW.Posted on 6 Aug 2012 16:35 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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