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Future Islands announce new UK and Ireland tour - ticket details Future Islands Tickets

The band have mostly sold out their summer tour dates

Future Islands announce new UK and Ireland tour - ticket details

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Future Islands have announced plans for a UK and Ireland tour, set to take place this November.

The Baltimore synthpop three-piece will be airing material from their fourth studio album 'Singles' at the shows, which kick off at Dublin Vicar Street on November 2, before shows at Glasgow ABC1 (November 4), Sheffield Queen's Social Club (5) and London Shepherd's Bush Empire (6). Tickets go on sale April 11 at 9am.

The shows follow the band's previously announced, and largely sold out, summer tour dates, which includes a show at London's Field Day festival on June 8. Scroll down for full dates.

The band recently finished a mini European tour, and told NME that the experience was "mindblowing". Frontman Samuel T Herring said: "I love being onstage. You can share truths about your life and connect with people."

Future Islands will play:

London Electric Ballroom (May 7)
Manchester Sound Control (8)
Bristol Fleece (9)
Brighton The Great Escape (10)
Leeds Brudenell Social Club (June 3)
Glasgow SWG3 (4)
Liverpool Kazimier (6)
Brighton Concorde 2 (7)
London Field Day (8)
Dublin Vicar Street (November 2)
Glasgow ABC1 (4)
Sheffield Queen's Social Club (5)
London Shepherd's Bush Empire (6)


To check the availability of Future Islands tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0844 858 6765

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