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We Are Scientists to tour UK next month
Electric guitar group We Are Scientists are to conduct a short tour of the UK next month.
The indie band are set to release their third album, Barbara, in June and will be playing new tracks from the record, as well as their old hits, in four different venues around the country.
Their first date will take place at Cambridge Junction on June 21st 2010, with the next show set to take place the following evening at Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall, reports NME.
We Are Scientists will then appear at the Sheffield Leadmill on June 24th before wrapping up the series of gigs by playing live at Oxford's O2 Academy on June 25th.
The electric guitar band will follow this up with an appearance at Glastonbury Festival two days later.
They will be appearing on the Other Stage at the festival on its final day, with other acts set to perform then including The Hold Steady, MGMT and Orbital.Posted on 4 May 2010 21:45 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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