October 31, 2008 12:20

Chairlift to make live UK debut

The iPod nano faves come to London

Chairlift to make live UK debut
Chairlift are set to make their live UK debut in London in November.

The band behind 'Bruises', the song featured on this year's iPod Nano advert, will perform their first ever UK show at The Victoria in [/b]Mile End[/b] on November 17.

They will then play a series of dates around the UK and Europe.

Chairlift will play:

London The Victoria (November 17)
London Dublin Castle (18)
Brighton Coalition Club NME (19)
Nottingham The Social (20)
Manchester Retro Bar (21)
Dublin Crawdaddy (22)
Cork Cyprus Avenue (23)
Liverpool Magnet (24)
London Madam Jo Jo's (25)
Ostin KoKo (26)
London 229 (26)
Paris Fleche D'Or (27)
Paris Showcase (28)
London Proud Galleries (29)

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

Chairlift's debut album, 'Does You Inspire You', was released in September this year.

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