February 12, 2003 11:54


And there's UK tour and and a 'Back To Mine' compilation details...

Death In Vegas
have announced details of a short UK tour to coincide with the release of a new single.

'So You Say You Lost Your Baby', featuring Paul Weller
on vocals, is due out in early April. It's the fourth single to be taken from the band's third LP, 'Scorpio Rising'.

As previously announced on NME.COM, Death In Vegas will play a show at London's Brixton Academy on May 2. The show runs from 9am-2pm and will feature special guests.

Now four shows have been added, and the full tour reads:

Manchester Academy (April 28)
Newcastle University (April 29)
Glasgow Barrowlands (April 30)
Leicester De Montfort University (May 1)
London Brixton Academy (May 2)

To buy tickets, click here or call the NME Ticketline on 0870 1 663 663.

Death In Vegas are also confirmed to be the next act to select tracks for the latest in the 'All Back To Mine' compilation series. The collection should be available in April, and the likes of Patti Smith, Neu and King Tubby are expected to feature on the tracklisting.

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