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The Drums announce new London date
Hotly-tipped US band The Drums have announced a new London date this June.
Following a supporting slot on Florence and the Machine's May tour, The Drums will play their own headline show at the Heaven venue on June 8th 2010.
Other upcoming UK tour dates for the band include an appearance at the Live at Leeds Festival in April and a show at the Camden Crawl event at the beginning of May.
Tickets for the date at Heaven are set to go on sale this Friday (March 12th 2010).
Last month, The Drums picked up the Philip Hall Radar gong at the annual NME Awards.
The honour, which is given to new bands who are felt by NME writers to have made the most progression over the course of 12 months, has previously been won by Glasvegas.
Last December, the BBC named The Drums as one of the bands to look out for in 2010.Posted on 9 Mar 2010 07:54 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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