Band Of Skulls announce autumn tour

The band will play 13 shows supporting 'Himalayan'

Band Of Skulls announce autumn tour

Photo: Tom Martin/NME

Band Of Skulls have announced plans for a 13-date tour of the UK and Ireland set to take place this autumn.

The shows will start at Dublin Academy on October 29, visiting Newcastle, Brighton, Oxford, Bristol and more, finishing up at London Eventim Apollo on November 14. The shows will support the band's new album, 'Himalayan', which was released last month. Produced by Nick Launay (Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Arcade Fire, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds), 'Himalayan' is the follow up to 2011's 'Sweet Sour'. '

Band Of Skulls will play:

Dublin Academy (October 29)
Belfast Limelight 2 (30)
Newcastle Riverside (November 1)
Edinburgh Liquid Rooms (2)
Sheffield Leadmill (3)
Liverpool O2 Academy (5)
Birmingham The Library at The Institute (6)
Oxford O2 Academy (7)
Southampton Guildhall (8)
Brighton Concorde (10)
Bristol Academy (11)
Exeter Lemon Grove (12)
London Eventim Apollo (14)


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