Band Of Skulls announce deluxe album release and one-off London show – ticket details

An expanded version of 'Baby Darling Doll Faced Honey' is due out on September 20

Band Of Skulls announce deluxe album release and one-off London show – ticket details

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Band Of Skulls are to release a deluxe edition of their debut album.

The new version of 'Baby Darling Doll Faced Honey' is due out on September 20 with new artwork and five extra tracks – 'Light Of The Morning (Live from the Troubadour)', 'I Know What I Am (XFM Session)', 'Fires (XFM Session)', 'Blood (XFM Session)' and 'Fires (Dimbleby & Capper Mix)'.

Meanwhile, the Southampton trio are set for a one-off date at London's Forum on October 7, and will release a new single, 'Fires', on September 13.

Tickets for the London show go on sale this Friday (May 21) at 9am (BST).

To check the availability of Band Of Skulls tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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