September 18, 2008 14:19
Guillemots set to play in caves and factories
Band promise a different kind of tour
Guillemots have announced they will be touring the UK in November, but will be playing in caves and factories along the way.
The band announced the tour, which will see them play in unusual places including Lancaster Library, Birmingham Custard Factory and Liskeard Carnglaze Caverns, on their Myspace blog today (September 18).
Lead singer Fyfe Dangerfield explained: "We want to get to places that are off the usual touring circuit that's reeled out, and really mix around the type of venues we're at each night.
"It makes it more fun for us and audiences too. And the set will be different as well. We'll definitely be trying out something we've never played live before."
Guillemots will play:
Birmingham Custard Factory (November 7)
Bath Pavilion Theatre (8)
York Duchess (9)
Inverness Eden Court (11)
Middlesbrough Empire (12)
Edinburgh Picture House (13)
Lancaster Library (15)
Sheffield Plug (16)
Bradford St Georges Hall (17)
Liskeard Carnglaze Caverns (19)
Falmouth Princess Pavilion (20)
Portsmouth Pyramids Centre (21)
Brighton St Georges (22)
Derby Assembly Rooms (24)
Cambridge Junction (25)
London Barbican (26)
To check the availability of Guillemots tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.
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