October 23, 2009 23:23

Field Music announce UK tour details

Sunderland three-piece to hit the road next month

Field Music announce UK tour details
Field Music have announced details of a UK tour.

The group who recently revealed details of a new 20-track double album, will kick start their tour with a free show at The Bumper in Liverpool on November 13.

Following up with shows in Manchester, Glasgow and Edinburgh, the trio will finish their jaunt with a two-night residency at Newcastle's The Cluny.

As well as the current winter tour, the band will also play Hoxton Bar & Grill in London on January 7.

Field Music will play the following dates:

Liverpool, The Bumper (November 13)
Manchester, Deaf Institute (19)
Glasgow, Captain's Rest (21)
Edinburgh, Sneaky Pete's (22)
Newcastle, The Cluny (27)
Newcastle, The Cluny (28)
London, Hoxton Bar & Grill (January 7)


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




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