Groove Armada announce UK tour and ticket details

Dance act to preview new album with October gigs

Groove Armada announce UK tour and ticket details
Groove Armada have announced details of a new UK tour for October.

The dance act will preview their forthcoming album, 'Black Light', expected to be released in February 2010, at the gigs. The jaunt kicks off in Bristol on October 9 and wraps up in Manchester on October 18.

Groove Armada will play:

Bristol, Motion Skate Park (October 9)
Leeds, Victoria Works (10)
Edinburgh, Corn Exchange (11)
London, Coronet (15)
Birmingham, Custard Factory (17)
Manchester, Warehouse Project (18)


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

Meanwhile, the band have made a new song, 'Warsaw', available as a free download from their official website, Groovearmada.com.

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