FUGAZI ON FILM

First tour since 1995 plus documentary film and album...

FUGAZI ON FILM
Fugazi release an album, 'Instrument', on April 12 through Dischord.

The album is made up of live tracks and demos and accompanies the Jem Cohen-directed documentary video of the same name about the band, released simultaneously.

Fugazi also play their first UK tour since 1995 next month, visiting:

Leeds Metropolitan University (April 29) Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall (30) Newcastle Riverside (May 2) Edinburgh Liquid Rooms (3) Aberdeen Lemon Tree (4) Manchester MDH University (12) Nottingham Ballroom (13) Brighton Centre (14) London Rex (15)

Tickets for the shows are available from nme.com's 24-hour ticketline on 0870 121 0125 or click here to go to our online gig guide and ticket service.

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