April 6, 2011 12:38

Battles announce more June UK gigs - ticket details

Band add new dates in London and Cardiff

Battles announce more June UK gigs  - ticket details

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Battles have announced details of two new UK gigs for June.

The band, who release their second album 'Gloss Drop' on June 6, will play London's Heaven venue on June 8 and Cardiff Millenium Music Hall on June 26.

The shows are an addition to four UK gigs the band had previously announced for the same month, including co-headline gig with Caribou at the Manchester O2 Apollo on June 4.

Battles are also scheduled to play an intimate show at London's ICA on April 20.

They are also confirmed to play Wireless Festival in July and to headline Standon Calling festival in August.

Battles will play:

London ICA (April 20)
Brighton Concorde 2 (June 3)
Manchester O2 Apollo (4)
Leeds Cockpit (6)
Glasgow Arches (7)
London Heaven (8)
Cardiff Millennium Music Hall (26)

Tickets for Battles's Heaven show go on sale tomorrow at 9am (GMT). All other dates are already on sale. To check the availability of Battles tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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