Electrelane returning to live action after three years away

Band set for summer UK shows

Electrelane returning to live action after three years away

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Electrelane are set to return to live action this summer after just over three years away.

The Brighton band went on hiatus in November 2007, but have confirmed that they will play UK shows this year including a slot at the Field Day festival in London on August 6.

The group announced on their MySpace page, Myspace.com/electrelane, that they were set to announce further UK shows – but no US dates yet.

"We're still confirming everything for the summer, so will be announcing more dates soon," they explained. "We’re really excited to be playing together again after more than three years, and are just sorry that we won't be able to make it to the US this time."

Field Day takes place in Victoria Park in the UK capital – see Fielddayfestivals.com for information.

Electrelane's last album, 'No Shouts, No Calls', was released in April 2007.

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