May 5, 2007 10:00

Battles hit the road after debut album release

Band plan a string of UK dates

Battles hit the road after debut album release
Battles are to go on a UK tour after the release if their debut album.

As previously reported, 'Mirrored' is released later this month (May 14).

The tracklisting for 'Mirrored' is as follows:

'Race: Out'

The New Yorkers will also be touring the UK around the LP's release after a string of dates across America.

Battles’ UK tour dates are:

London Scala (May 16)
Sheffield The Corporation (17)
Bristol The Cooler (18)
Minehead Butlins (All Tomorrow's Parties) (19)
Leeds Stylus Uni (20)
Manchester Academy 2 (22)
Glasgow, ABC2 (23)
Birmingham The Barfly (24)

For ticket availability and full listings go to NME.COM/GIGS now.

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