WHAT A RUN!

The UK's new chart stars announce another night at Brixton Academy...

WHAT A RUN!
Athlete have added yet another big LONDON show to their forthcoming UK tour.




The band, who scored a UK Top Ten single yesterday (January 23) when 'Wires' went in at Four, had already announced they would follow up their March shows with a date at London Brixton Academy on April 22.


Now demand has forced the band to add an extra night at the venue on April 20.



The full list of shows now reads:[u]



Liverpool Academy (January 12)

Edinburgh Liquid Rooms (14)

Sheffield Leadmill (15)

Portsmouth Pyramid (16)

London Electric Ballroom (17)

Leeds University (March 3)

Glasgow Carling Academy (4)

Manchester Academy (5)

Newcastle University (6)

Norwich UEA (8)

Nottingham Rock City (9)

Birmingham Carling Academy (10)

Cardiff University (12)

Bristol Carling Academy (13)

London Forum (14)

London Brixton Academy (April 20/22)




Tickets are on sale for all shows. For availability, click here or call the NME Ticketline on 0870 1 663 663.



[a][/a] release their second album 'Tourist' next week (January 31).

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