Beach House add Roundhouse show – ticket details

Duo's Village Underground show sells out in an hour

Beach House add Roundhouse show – ticket details

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Beach House have added a date at the London Roundhouse later this year.

The duo will play the venue on November 2 and tickets go on sale at noon on Friday (March 16) and are priced at £16.

You can pre-order tickets from the band's official site tomorrow (March 15).

The new gig was announced after the band's first gig back in London since the recording of their new album, 'Bloom', sold out in an hour.

Those lucky to snap up tickets for the shows at The Haunt in Brighton on May 23 and Village Underground in London on May 24, will hear new material from their forthcoming fouth album.

The album, to be released on Bella Union in the UK and Sub Pop in US, was recorded in late 2011 at Sonic Ranch Studios in Texas and mixed at Electric Lady in NYC. The band co-produced the record with Chris Coady, who produced their critically acclaimed 'Teen Dream' album.

Speaking about the album, Victoria Legrand said: "Bloom is a journey. For me, it is about the irreplaceable power of imagination as it relates to the intense experience of living. A bloom is only temporary; a fleeting vision of life in all of its intensity and colour, beautiful even if only for a moment."

Scroll down and click to hear 'Myth', the opening track of 'Bloom', released on May 14.

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



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