Glasvegas announce three UK dates for April – ticket details

Band will roadtest new material on short run of shows

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Glasvegas have announced a short UK tour for April.

The Scottish band, who are currently working on their third studio album, will play dates in London, Liverpool and Glasgow to roadtest their new songs.

The dates begin at London's Relentless Garage on April 3, the band then play O2 Academy Liverpool 2 on April 4 before finishing up with a hometown show at Glasgow Classic Grand on April 5.

Lead guitarist Rab Allan wrote that the dates would see the band roadtesting the songs they have written for the follow-up to 2011's 'EUPHORIC /// HEARTBREAK \' and that the band would add more shows if the dates were successful.

He wrote on the band's Facebook page of the gigs: "These are just wee shows to try out some of the new material we've been doing along with the older stuff. Hope you can make it down. I think they will be special little gigs. Hopefully more gigs in more cities not long after if all goes well."

Glasvegas will play:

London Relentless Garage (April 3)
O2 Academy Liverpool 2 (4)
Glasgow Classic Grand (5)


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