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Band set for two special Christmas shows

Everything Everything to perform 'Man Alive' with classical ensemble

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Everything Everything are set to perform their album 'Man Alive' in full, backed by a 13-piece classical ensemble.

The band will stage two gigs, in London and their hometown of Manchester, with the Royal Northern College Of Music as the Man Alive Ensemble.

The show in London is being staged with clubnight Blue Flowers at the Union Chapel on December 15 as their Christmas special.

Everything Everything are also playing a regular gig at the Music Hall Of Williamsburg in New York on October 22 as part of Blue Flowers' CMJ programme.

The Manchester Man Alive Ensemble show will take place at the Royal Northern College Of Music itself on December 13.

The band have reworked 'Man Alive' especially for the December performances with arrangers David Coyle and Ben Cottrell.

Tickets for the Man Alive Ensemble London show goes on sale on Friday (October 15), Manchester is on sale now. To check the availability of Everything Everything tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

Watch Everything Everything's exclusive track by track guide to 'Man Alive' on the right and below now.









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