ELECTRIC SIX AT ELECTRIC BALLROOM! Electric Six Tickets

Demand forces the US disco rockers to put on another show...

ELECTRIC SIX AT ELECTRIC BALLROOM!
ELECTRIC SIX have added an extra LONDON date to their UK tour because of high demand for tickets.

The band, who are expected to score a huge UK hit with their single 'Danger! High Voltage! following its release today (January 6), now play London Camden Electric Ballroom on February 12.

The revised UK dates are now as follows:


Brighton Concorde (January 30)
London ULU (January 31)
Oxford Zodiac (February 1)
Cardiff Barfly (February 2)
Manchester Hop & Grape (February 4)
Liverpool Barfly (February 5)
Edinburgh Venue (February 7)
Glasgow Barfly (February 8)
Nottingham Rock City (February 9)
London Camden Electric Ballroom


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'Danger! High Voltage!', which features Jack White on backing vocals, is released through XL Recordings. Additional tracks on the single are 'I Lost Control (Of My Rock & Roll)' and 'Remote Control (Me)'.

The song was an underground hit for the band in 2001, picking up favourable mentions from amongst others Jarvis Cocker.

Electric Six, signed to XL Recordings last year, and invited their long-time friend and Motor City associate White into the studio to add his touches.

The band, formerly called The Wildbunch, have also completed work on their debut album. It was recorded in the Ghetto Studios in Detroit, and will be released later this year.

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