Band of Horses announce UK and European dates

Lineup includes Modest Mouse man

Band of Horses announce UK and European dates
Band Of Horses have announced the dates of a tour throughout the UK and Europe, following their tour of North America.

The Seattle-based band will start off in Somerset on May 20, and then head to London for a performance at the Scala on May 22. The band will conclude their jaunt at Barcelona's Primavera Sound Festival on June 1.

Band Of Horses' lineup will include Robin Peringer of Modest Mouse on guitar and Matt Gentling of Archers Of Loaf on bass.

As previously announced, the band are currently preparing material for their second full-length album.

The tour dates are:

Somerset Butlins Minehead (May 20)
London Scala (22)
Glasgow King Tut's Wah Wah Hut (23)
Manchester Music Box (24)
Antwerp Trix (26)
Groningen Netherlands Vera (27)
Utrecht Netherlands Tivoli de Helling (28)
Paris Point Éphémère (29)
Lucerne Switzerland Boa (30)
Barcelona Primavera Sound Festival (June 1)


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