Glasvegas to play free Glasgow gig

Band celebrating release of second album with hometown show

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Glasvegas are set to play a free gig in their hometown of Glasgow next month.

The band will play on the steps of the city's Royal Concert Hall on April 4, the same day their second album 'EUPHORIC /// HEARTBREAK \\\' is released.

The show will start at 12.45pm (GMT), then after the gig finishes the band will complete a signing session at the city's branch of HMV.

See the band's official website, Glasvegas.net for more information.

As well as this show Glasvegas have scheduled a full UK tour for May and also confirmed earlier this month (March 14) that they will be appearing at V Festival in August.

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