March 3, 2010 22:45

Band Of Horses announce new album and tour plans - ticket details

'Infinite Arms' will be released on May 17

Band Of Horses announce new album and tour plans - ticket details
Band Of Horses have announced details of their new album - and will tour Europe shortly before its release.

'Infinite Arms', the group's third album and the follow-up to 2007's 'Cease To Begin', will be released on May 17.

Produced by the band and Fleet Foxes producer Phil Ek, the album is the first to feature touring members Tyler Ramsey and Bill Reynolds.

Meanwhile, the group will head out on a European tour which begins in Paris on April 8 and includes a show a London's KOKO on April 12. Also set to support Snow Patrol in June, the band will play a one-off gig at London's Roundhouse on June 9.

Band Of Horses will play:

Paris La Fleche D’or (April 8)
Brussels Orangerie (9)
Rotterdam Motel Mozaique (10)
London Koko (12)
Cologne Kulturkirche (14)
Oslo Rockefeller (16)
Gothenburg Tradgarn (17)
Copenhagen Vega (18)
London Roundhouse (9)


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