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Two Door Cinema Club add more dates to 2013 UK tour
The Northern Irish band will be hitting Edinburgh's Corn Exchange on April 25th then move on to Wolverhampton Civic Hall on April 26th prior to their already announced show at London's Alexandra Palace on April 27th.
The trio have added the dates as part of their 13-date jaunt around the UK which kicks off at Newcastle's O2 Academy on January 24th and takes in two nights at Manchester O2 Apollo among other cities and concludes at the Brixton O2 Academy on February 8th.
Two Door Cinema Club have had a rapid rise to fame since their breakthrough in 2009 following the release of their debut album Tourist History and have played to huge crowds at home and abroad.
The band's latest album Beacon which was released on August 31st 2012 has already received critical acclaim and scored a number one in Ireland while reaching the heights of number two in the UK.
Their latest single Sun was released yesterday (November 23rd) which includes a number of remixes of the track.
Posted by LB.Posted on 23 Nov 2012 10:03 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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