The band follow in the footsteps of Nick Cave recording for the Scottish TV show...

Recent CHEMIKAL UNDERGROUND signings AEREOGRAMME are the final band to be added to the bill of SCOTTISH TELEVISION's free gig bonanza for the filming of live music show 'BOX SET'.

As previously reported on NME.COM, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds played their first UK show outside London in five years at the TV station's Glasgow studios last week, and other acts have included Ash, Feeder, and Ocean Colour Scene.

A spokesperson for the show said: "We wanted to wind up a great set of gigs with a Glasgow band who are on the up right now." The show is filmed at 7.30pm tomorrow (Saturday, April 21) at STV Studios, Cowcaddens, Glasgow. For free tickets tel - 0141 300 3721.

The three-piece are currently finishing recording of their debut album 'A Story In White', which is set for release in September, and will be preceded by a four-track EP, 'White Paw' in August.

Prior to that, they have a UK tour lined up with Life Without Buildings, calling at:
Norwich - Arts Centre (May 22)
Northampton - Roadmenders (23)
Aberdeen - Glow 303 (24)
Edinburgh - Liquid Rooms 'Evol' (25)
Glasgow - G2 (26)
Exeter - The Cavern (28)
Derby - Victoria (29)
London - Open (30)
Brighton - The Lift (31)
Leeds - Brudenell Social Club (June 1)
Dundee - On Air East (2)
Inverness - Blue Club (3)
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