Alphabeat announce UK tour and ticket details

Danish popsters will begin the gig run in April

Alphabeat announce UK tour and ticket details
Alphabeat have announced plans to tour the UK.

Starting with an appearance at Playaway festival on April 12, the Danish group will then embark on a 10-date tour of the UK.

The band will release their new single 'Hole In My Heart' on February 22, followed by their second album, 'The Beat Is…', on March 10,

Alphabeat will play:

Skegness, Playaway Festival (April 17)
Norwich, Waterfront (18)
Leeds, Stylus (19)
Newcastle, Northumbria University (20)
Edinburgh, Picture House (22)
Glasgow, ABC (23)
Manchester, Academy 2 (24)
Oxford, Academy (25)
Brighton, Concorde 2 (27)
London, Koko (28)
Bristol, Anson Rooms (29)

To check the availability of Alphabeat tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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