Clap Your Hands Say Yeah confirm first British jaunt

The high-rated newcomers to tour in November

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah confirm first British jaunt
High-rated American newcomers Clap Your Hands Say Yeah have announced their first UK tour.

The band who were one of the must see acts at the recent CMJ music festival in New York, will be touring in November ahead of the release of their self-titled debut album in January next year.

They play the following dates:

Leeds Faversham (Nov 15)
Cardiff Barfly (16)
Manchester Music Box (17)
Nottingham Stealth(19)
Glasgow Stereo (20)
Liverpool Academy (21)
London ULU (22)


For ticket availability, go to NME Tickets or call them on 0870 1 663 663.

For a full interview with Clap Your Hands Say Yeah see next week’s NME out nationwide on October 5.

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