POPULAR BOY

Damon Gough plays a second date at Brixton Academy...

POPULAR BOY
BADLY DRAWN BOY is to play a second LONDON date on his UK tour.

The songwriter, fresh from an appearance at V2002, will play the tour in support of his second album proper, 'Have You Fed The Fish', which is due in the autumn.

Now, a second date has been added at the London Brixton Academy on December 11. It is in addition to a show the night before (10).

The full tour calls at: Northumbria University (November 24)
Leeds University (25)
Sheffield Octagon (27)
Birmingham Academy (28)
Manchester Apollo (29)
Cardiff University (December 2)
Bristol Academy (3)
Nottingham Rock City (4)
Norwich UEA (6)
Cambridge Corn Exchange (7)
Portsmouth Guildhall (9)
London Brixton Academy (10-11)

Tickets for the tour are on sale now. To buy, click here or call the NME Ticketline on 0870 1 663 663.

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