Black Lips announce autumn UK tour

The band will play nine shows this October and November

Black Lips announce autumn UK tour

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Black Lips have announced a UK tour for this autumn.

The band will play nine shows, starting at Bristol Colston Hall on October 25, visiting Birmingham, Liverpool, Edinburgh, Norwich and more, before finishing up at London Scala on November 4. Tickets are on sale now.

The shows follow the release of their seventh album 'Underneath The Rainbow', which came out earlier this year.

Black Lips will play:

Bristol Colston Hall (October 25)
Birmingham The Oobleck (26)
Newcastle The Cluny (27)
Glasgow Stereo (29)
Edinburgh Electric Circus (30)
Norwich Arts Centre (31)
Liverpool Sound City Festival Closing Party (November 1)
Sheffield The Harley (2)
London Scala (4)


To check the availability of Black Lips tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0844 858 6765

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