March 11, 2013 16:04

Everything Everything announce October 2013 UK tour

Band will play 11 dates in support of their second album 'Arc'

Everything Everything announce October 2013 UK tour

Photo: Roger Sargent/NME

Everything Everything have announced a string of UK tour dates for October.

The Manchester art-poppers will play 11 dates in support of their second album 'Arc', which was released in January this year.

Everything Everything will play:

Newcastle, 02 Academy (October 4)
Manchester, Ritz (October 11)
Liverpool, 02 Academy (October 13)
Bristol, 02 Academy (October 15)
Portsmouth, Pyramid (October 16)
Cardiff, University (October 17)
Birmingham, Institute (October 18)
Norwich, UEA (October 20)
Nottingham, Rock City (October 21)
Sheffield, 02 Academy (October 22)
London, The Forum (October 24)


Last week, Everything Everything debuted the video for their new single 'Duet' – which you can watch below. Speaking to NME about the concept behind the video, frontman Jonathan Higgs, who directed it, said: "This song is about being with someone you love at the end of the world, even if it's just the world that you both share… I wanted to do something visually related to the ash/concrete bodies found at the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in Pompeii."

He added: "They are amazingly powerful to look at and formed by a totally natural, destructive force. The bodies of the people are huddled together while there is death literally raining down. That's what I wanted it to feel like."

Tickets for Everything Everything's UK tour go on sale this Friday (March 15). 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.


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