September 30, 2013 20:38

Bon Iver side-project Volcano Choir announce first ever UK tour - ticket details

They will play three UK and Ireland shows, including London's Barbican on November 11

Bon Iver side-project Volcano Choir announce first ever UK tour - ticket details

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Volcano Choir, the side project of Bon Iver's Justin Vernon, have announced plans for their very first tour of the UK.

Following the recent release of their second album, 'Repave', the band will play three dates in the UK and Ireland, before embarking on a wider European tour. The band will play Dublin Vicar Street on November 9, followed by Bristol O2 Academy on November 10 and London's Barbican on November 11.

The band are currently giving away the 'Comrade' remix EP for free. The four track release is available for free digital download and includes mixes by Volcano Choir affiliated acts All Tiny Creatures, Collections of Colonies of Bees, guitarist Chris Rosenau, and Altos. Listen and download it below.



Volcano Choir play:

Dublin Vicar Street (November 9)
Bristol O2 Academy (10)
London Barbican (11)
.

Meanwhile, Bon Iver's record label Jagjaguwar recently refuted claims that the band could be 'over'. Consequence of Sound contacted Jagjaguwar who said: "Bon Iver is not over by any means."

The record label continued: "Justin isn't currently writing Bon Iver songs, but that doesn't mean he won't write them in the future. Bon Iver is off-cycle, and that is not new news. Right now Justin's concentration is on preparing for the Volcano Choir tour." 'Repave' follows 2009's 'Unmap'.

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