Explosions In The Sky to play exclusive show in London cinema - ticket details

The performance will be preceded by a screening of 1999 indie documentary 'American Movie'

Explosions In The Sky to play exclusive show in London cinema - ticket details
Explosions In The Sky have announced plans to play a special show at London Prince Charles Cinema on November 21.

The show will be preceded by a screening of the 1999, Chris Smith directed documentary American Movie, which has been specially chosen by the band. The film starts at 6.45pm and the band will play a 45 minute set at 10.15pm. Tickets for each event must be bought separately.

The band will play a previously announced show on November 20 at O2 Academy Bristol.

Explosions In The Sky embark on a five-date UK tour in January 2012. The shows start at Belfast Mandela Hall on January 22, before stopping at Glasgow, Leeds and Gateshead, finishing up at London's O2 Academy Brixton on January 27.

The Texan post-rockers released their sixth studio album ‘Take Care, Take Care, Take Care’ earlier this year.

Explosions In The Sky play:

Bristol O2 Academy (November 20)
London Prince Charles Cinema (21)
Belfast Mandela Hall (January 22)
Glasgow O2 Academy (23)
Leeds O2 Academy (24)
Gateshead The Sage (25)
London O2 Academy Brixton (27)

To check the availability of Explosions In The Sky tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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