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Paramore announce UK and Ireland tour
The US band kick off at TheO2 Point in Dublin on September 2nd before hopping across the Irish Sea to play Manchester Arena, Cardiff's Motorpoint Arena, Birmingham LG Arena 23rd, Nottingham Arena before finishing at Wembley Arena, London on September 27th.
The tour will support the release of their self-titled fourth studio album which was launched on April 5th. The latest single, Still Into You, is due to be released in the UK on May 20th.
Speaking about the forthcoming tour, singer Hayley Williams said "We're so psyched to come back the UK and Ireland and play the new songs for everybody. See you there."
Paramore's latest studio album is the first without brothers Josh and Zac Farro who left the band in 2010 to pursue other interests in the music industry.
Since the release, the self-titled record has performed strongly scoring the band a string of number ones across the world. The band topped the charts in the likes of the US, UK, Australia, Ireland and New Zealand.
Ashdown have also announced that Jeremy Davis from the band has joined the Ashdown Family of Bass players, as Paramore have been using Ashdown gear both live and in the studio.
Tickets for the September tour go on sale on May 17th at 09:00 BST.
Posted by LB. Posted on 14 May 2013 13:05 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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