Ex-Gallows singer Frank Carter's Pure Love announce first live show – ticket details

Singer's new band have also inked a record deal with Vertigo

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Former Gallows frontman Frank Carter's new band Pure Love have announced details of their first live show.

The band, who currently consist of Carter and Clouds/Hope Conspiracy man Jim Carroll, will play their first live show at London's Bush Hall on February 14 as part of the 2012 run of NME Awards Shows.

Pure Love are currently working on their debut album, which is set to be released in 2012. The band confirmed earlier this week that they have signed a deal with Vertigo Records to release the album.

Carter left Gallows earlier this summer and was replaced by Wade MacNeil, who was previously lead guitarist in Canadian hardcore band Alexisonfire. His former bandmates have since revealed that they had clashed with Carter after he told them he wanted the band to become a straight-up rock act in the vein of Queens Of The Stone Age .

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

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