Crystal Castles announce US, UK and European gigs – ticket details

Ethan and Alice set to return in April

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Crystal Castles have announced details of a new set of gigs for April, taking in US and European shows.

Ethan Kath and Alice Glass will play a show at the London Heaven venue on April 20 as part of the gig run. They are expected to preview songs from their forthcoming second album, currently being finished off in their home city, Toronto.

Tickets for the London show go on sale tomorrow (February 16) at 9am (GMT).

Crystal Castles will play:

Los Angeles Echoplex (April 12)
New York Irving Plaza (14)
London Heaven (20)
Berlin Ritter Butzke (22)
Amsterdam Trouw (23)
Brussels Botanique Orangerie (24)
Paris Nouveau Casino (26)
Zurich Rosthoflager (27)
Milan Magazzini Generali (28)


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