September 12, 2006 10:58

Babyshambles sign new record deal

Pete Doherty heads to Lily Allen’s home

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Babyshambles have signed a new record deal.

The band, who left their previous label Rough Trade after their contract expired, have joined up with Parlophone division Regal.

The band will now record 'The Blinding EP' for their new label, also the home of Lily Allen, to be released in November, Music Week reports.

There had been much speculation that Doherty’s band would join the EMI label, after they previously told NME.COM: “We are looking forward to making a great record with Babyshambles.”

Meanwhile Babyshambles are set to head out on a UK tour.

They will play:

Carlow Music Factory (September 26)
Dublin Ambassador (27)
Belfast Mandela Hall (28)
Birmingham Academy (October 1)
Leeds University (2)
Southampton Guildhall (3)
Norwich UEA (4)
London Brixton Academy (5)
Liverpool Academy (6)
Glasgow Academy (7)
Nottingham Rock City (8)
Manchester Academy (9)
Newcastle Academy (10)

For ticket availability go to NME.COM/Gigs.

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